Courtesy of supersport.com
Gor Mahia players have been given five days off to recharge their batteries after a marathon run of games.
K’Ogalo have had a busy two months winning the top eight as well as forcing their way into contention for the Tusker Premier League crown by climbing to second on the log with 43 points.
Coach Zdravko Logarusic who is vying for a treble said the break will not affect the players as they will have to return for physical conditioning ahead of the crunch derby against archrivals AFC Leopards.
Logarusic will also depart the country on Monday evening to his native country Croatia where he will be on holiday for a week.
Rama Salim, Ivan Anguyo, Teddy Akumu and Joseph Njuguguna have however been given an extra two days in addition to the five to recover from knocks as Logarusic explained the quartet had played more minutes.
“I have given my players a five day break to recover from fatigue and I believe that is the best antidote to get an effective team. The rest will ensure the players are ready for the remaining encounters and give us a good edge over other teams.”
“The players will go through thorough physical conditioning when they come back .Personally I am also taking a break to be able to solve some personal matters “Logarusic told supersport.com.
Gor beat Sony Sugar 1-0 over the weekend with Anguyo scoring the winner eight minutes from time.