31 Aug 15

There was no stopping Gor Mahia this past weekend, as they overcame a determined Bandari side. With the league virtually sewn up, every team is now aiming to become the one team that can derail Gor Mahia’s charge towards an unbeaten season. Since the formation of the KPL. No team has finished the league unbeaten. The last time a team finished the league unbeaten in Kenya was in the late 1980s, over 25 years ago.

Gor Mahia could become the first team to finish the league unbeaten

They look certain to break the record for the number of points. This record is currently held by Mathare United who won the 2008 league with 63 points

They will also have won the league 15 times which far surpasses any other team

Coach Bobby Ogolla has been in a buoyant mood of late

“We smelled the title from way back and it is now just a matter of time. But we can’t celebrate just yet because we have six matches to go. Maybe in the next one or two matches, maybe against Ulinzi then we will pick the title,” said to Bobby Legend supersport.com

Gor Mahia are a class above other KPL teams as attested by Bandari defender Mohamed Shariff

They are a very good side and you can see why they are so far away in the KPL,” he said to supersport.

“I thought we gave our very best. We gave them a hard time too but they are very good and forced us to make mistakes which we normally do not.”

“The mistakes today cost us the game and were it not for them, we deserved at-least one point from the game.”

“I think that they are deserving of their position and they have a good chance of going unbeaten for the remainder of the season,” he added.

Gor Mahia putting money into coffers of corporates and other teams

East African Breweries limited have made an executive decision to hold their encounter against Gor Mahia at the Kisumu Stadium. EABL are enchanted by the vast and passionate crowds that always show up in Kisumu to support Gor Mahia. So they have decided to move the match to Kisumu though it provides Gor Mahia with an advantage since Kisumu is essentially Gor Mahia’s homeground.

“It is a great opportunity for our marketing team to carry out various activations and that is why we will play the match in Kisumu,” he told goal.com.


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4 Comments.

  • If Sharif Mohamed acknowledged that Gor Mahia is good Team, then he should stop playing very hard on GM Players, I saw him doing the samething last year on Dan Sserekuma, a good player should not intend to harm the opponent team, you never know that Player you wanted to harm may be one day your Teamate. He was playing very hard on GM Players that he end up injuring Musa Mude. Please young man just play football one day we may wellcomed you at KO’Ogalo.

  • Joe Riaga says:

    Gor Mahia is going places

  • If EAST AFRICA BREWERIES LTD, has learn that K’Ogalo has got large followers, then why can’t they Sponsor Gor Mahia with of their Brands, like GUINISS FOR POWER, now that they are not the Sponsor of Kenya Premeir Leaque.You better put your money where there is money.Because the Home Team is flying the TUSKER BRAND, THEY SHOULD LET K’OGALO MAYIENGA MAYIENGO PINY, OYEING PINY WITH GUINISS FOR POWER ” (K’OGALO TETEMEZA DUNIA WITH GINISS FOR POWER)

  • moses says:

    @Henry I suspect nobody wants to spend huge amounts; they can sponsor easily Nakuru all stars