courtesy of the Nation
Hungry Gor Mahia, without a win in their last three Tusker Premier League fixtures, fly to the Coast tomorrow to face Bandari at the Mombasa Municipal Stadium looking to reverse their plunging form.
K’Ogalo’s 2-0 surprise loss to league debutantes Top Fry Nakuru stunned the league champions who now know only too well that you underestimate your opponent to your great peril.
A more determined Gor, playing with urgency, had nine-man Tusker on the ropes but could not take advantage of their superior numbers in a 1-1 draw.
But head coach Bobby Williamson says these results are a mere test of character, and that his charges will bounce back stronger.
“Against Top Fry we should have scored at least a goal. We will be looking to create more chances on Sunday and make good use of them,” he said.
“Pressure to win is always there and so if we win this game it will be good even for the fans considering we have not had a good game in a while now,” Williamson added. Bandari currently have only one win to show for their six games this season and will certainly not confront Gor lying down.