10 May 17

Scorer: Kenneth Muguna

Gor Mahia have not taken the foot off the accelerator pedal. They continued their brilliant run with a 2-0 win over tough Chemelil Sugar. Timothy Otieno and Kenneth Muguna, both of whom had brilliant games in the mashemeji derby, were both on target.

Additional reporting from futaa.com

The host started off more intent and took only ten minutes to find the breakthrough.

Otieno’s goal

Timothy Otieno latched on a well weighted pass from George Odhiambo before tucking a low effort beneath an onrushing Jairus Adira.

The team almost went 2-0 up ten minutes later as Meddie Kagere forced Adira to a fine save from a low drive in 22nd minute.

The wait for a second was to end after series of two corner which Miller’s rear guard proved up to task with.

Muguna doubles lead

It finally came as Kenneth Muguna reacted quickest to stab home after Adira had spilled a low drive from Innocent Wafula in to his path.

For a second time running, Gor were forced to a first half change as Timothy’s involvement was cut short with an injury sustained in build up to his goal.

The striker was replaced by Oliver Maloba at turn of the 36th minute mark

Millers chance

Chemelil’s only effort at goal in the half saw with MUstapaha Adebayo forcing a speculative strike sail over Boniface Oluoch bar.

The second half saw a handful of clear-cut chances worked out with Miller coming close form a left wing delivery that flashed across Oluoch’s post with nolone to turn home.

Gor on their part looked dangerous from a deployed Innocent Wafula, who plied the right flank as starter ahead of Karim Nizigiyimana.

The Ugandan and his compatriot walusimbi combined for a 70th minute effort that was however thwarted as latter saw his shot blocked.

Trailing took a slight tweaking edge going forward with Laban Gambareko inclusion aiding their forward surge.

The team will however left to contend with a defeat on away grounds with two goals conceded for the first time this season wrapping up their second loss of the season

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Starting X1: Boniface Oluoch, Innocent Wafula Musa Mohammed, Joash Onyango, Ernest Wendo, Wellington Ochieng, Kenneth Muguna, Francis Kahata , Godfrey Walusimbi, George Odhiambo, Meddie Kagere,

Subs: Shaban Odhoji, Karim Nzigiyimana, Oliver Maloba, Anthony Mbugua Amos Nondi, Philemon Otieno, Uyoga Jeconia

Chemelil Starting XI: Jairus Adira, Willis Ouma, Yusuf Suf, Smith Ouko, James Omino, David ojwang, Hillary Echesa, Victor Majid, Mustapha Adebayor, Morris Wandera

Subs: Daniel kiptoo, Himidu Kwizera, Benjamin Okech, Oyugi, Laban Gambereko Moses Osure Anthony Chingwa


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25 Comments.

  • Dan Original says:

    Poor reporting from the Admin. Copy and paste from another site. Anyway congrats to the team, the fans and EC. Now we go for Nzoia over the weekend. We have some unfinished business with them.

    The comforting thing is that we can still get goals when our two imports are missing. I like the confidence of the players who have replaced them. It shows that all players can deliver given the opportunity. The rotation policy seems to be working where even Shakava can be benched as well as Nzigimana. How I wish Bonnie could also be benched once in a while. Kudos again

  • kenio says:

    Now is all the way to the champion

  • machienglo says:

    This not news to us because winning is our lifestyle in Gor. Otherwise congrats to players and coaches for the convincing win.TUYSIENGE WHILE YOU WERE AWAY GOR SCORED FIVE GOALS…………..

  • Agara jnr says:

    Congratulations to the mighty Mayienga and thanks to God for the sweet win

  • moses says:

    people here are becoming bored with this wins;maybe drawloses will spur things up.Meanwhile what’s the progress of Gor’s Macron high quality jerseys from Bologna,Italia?

  • Jasego says:

    Was at Thika stadium and witnessed the match. We played pretty well a build up from wea we left after crushing ingwe. Chemelil resulted to breaking play the hard way and clearing there ranks and files with long balls so as not to concede more goals in the second half. Muguna was Brilliant…innocent Wafula Nostalgic and Amazing…Maloba whjo came in for injured Timothy was Ecstatic (That boy is Super Talented)…Kagere was always a threat and was just unlucky not to be on the score sheet…Finally Wendo once again stood tall and firm in the holding position perfectly until Philemon came in.Congrats to the entire team N keep on scoring as we are and Trophy is Ours by Mid Season Break…#Wangoremawahero…#Wamor

  • Mwakio P K says:

    We thank the Almighty God for answering our prayers for the victory over Chemelil Sugar FC. We as bloggers should learn the secrets behind thanksgivings which is a powerful tool for the contunued unlocking of our blessings.

  • papa says:

    @machienglo,your sarcasm on Tuyisenge is unwarranted and so Silly. Those are echoes meant to demoralize individuals. We need to keep on motivating players irrespective. Grow up Boy!

  • papa says:

    Thanks Mwakio

  • Hallelujah says:

    Good morning the people of Kogalo. I am very delighted that we have been able to string two wins in a row. We thank God for this win. My appeal is to those who are fond of making desparaging remark against players to desist from it. It’s not only unprofessional but reeks of poor and adulterated journalistic judgement.

  • musymo says:

    Second clean sheet in a row and another convincing scoreline. The derby goal seems to have resurrected Timo. May he continue that rich vein of form. When JaUsenge comes back he has to be razor sharp because the competition is delivering the goods. The rest should have boosted his confidence, I hope and pray. Congrats to the players,fans and of course, the man of the hour Ze Maria. When we struggle, I always blame the coach so it is only in order that when we are beating the hell out of teams, I give him full credit!!

  • Hallelujah says:

    Papa may have been too forthright and left no doubts in our minds that he is equally aggrieved by the postings of Machienglo. We must accept the fact that every individual posting must be temperate, factual and proven. Let us carry ourselves with decorum exhibiting high responsibility to what we post. What you right here remotely paint the picture of who you really are as a person.

    • Oduor12 says:

      That’s a double edged sword.
      What you write can also paint you as a sycophant,a diplomat sugar coater, an optimist, an pessimist, a realist, a believer who wonders how Nyangi treats her husband, an anything.
      Gor Mahia is for everyone and all opinions are welcome.
      Compartmentalization of GMFC supporters and bloggers has and will never work. In the same GMFC you find supporters in the churches as well as the in the prisons. It does not matter so long as their support the club.
      Jausenge has to score there no 2 ways about it.
      Post what you want and expect to be challenged. Facts are facts and will bear you out or not.
      E.g TEAMS WINS EC PAY IS ONLY A RATIONALE EXPECTATION.

  • Oduor12 says:

    Kudos,two wins on the trot, hoping this is begining on a winning streak, Ze Maria is not new in GMFC and the challenge has been consistency.Osiepna,Mwakio PK we’ve in this journey long enough and you know that Oduor12 will NEVER encourage non/delayed payment winning allowances, salaries of players/TB. TEAM WINS EC PAYS. Its a simple principle that EC & some bloggers have been known to inexplicably forget but it demotivates players/TB that they restort to go slows. My wish is for GMFC to be a regional and contitnental force as long as there are signs of that progress am ok otherwise i will complain day in day out.Check I never complained about Nutall and Loga but was worn out by BW.Its not about moneybags but about plans and budgets things you expound well. Finally your opinion is your choice including the most personalized abuse so far on unpopular Nyangi. What concern is to you how she relates to her husband but then your concerns/expressions your choice.

  • Odhis Muga says:

    @machienglo was right in his posting because Gor best thrives on pressure for good results.The earlier jausenge accepts this the better, he should go back to the drawing board and devise ways of scoring goals or creating chances.

  • Wuod Suba says:

    I propose that the 1st 11 be made of locals…Jodala are really trying….

  • Jakoyo says:

    Always glad to see a clean shit and some bucket of goals whenever Kogallo plays.

    @hallelujah ,you have just posted the quote of the year….. What you write here remotely paint the picture of who you really are as a person.

    How i wish ‘Jomoko’ could repeat this message after me over and over and over and over again until it sinks in !

  • However much we try to canvass things, reality remains that we have registered wins without our 4m problem.
    This is Gor Mahia. We don’t handle mediocrity with kid-gloves. A striker’s role is to score goals. We fielded the wrong strikers against Western Stima, Tusker and Mathare and everyone saw the result.
    Whoever feels that he has to be fielded due to his celebrity status should review his priorities. Shakava and Nizigiyimana were benched but Gor still won.
    So?
    Ze Maria has discovered the right elements upfront so he is using them. Through our criticism, Timothy has improved. Congratulations Timothy! Transfer window is fast approaching. Blunt strikers should shape up or pack and go.
    No pampering in Kogallo.

  • Wuod Suba says:

    Truth be told. ..
    Gor is much better without 4m man.
    He should be benched for the remaining matches. ..Awacho ayueyo.

  • Excellent stuff that was. the work rate and commitment by players is peaking at the right time. polo mor!