Gor Mahia tie Muhoroni Youth

In their second friendly match of the Nyanza tour, Gor Mahia drew 1-1 with Muhoroni youth. The first half ended scoreless. In the second half, Gor Mahia took the lead via Rama Salim. Muhoroni equalized in the 70th minute via Kelvin Omondi

After the match ended 1-1 in regulation, the match went to post match penalties which Gor Mahia won. Kevin Omondi, Edwin Lavatsa, Victor Ali, Yussuf Juma and Antony Gathu scored their penalties for Gor Mahia. Muhoroni scored four penalties through Kelvin Omondi, Harry Gentle, Frankline Osama and Marvin Seko. Abbas Akinyemi sent his effort wide.

 

5 thoughts on “Gor Mahia tie Muhoroni Youth

  1. jakoyo

    TWO THINGS SO FAR…..ATTACKING STILL LOOKS BLUNT ! WE DEFINATELY NEED A TARGET MAN UPFRONT. WE HAVE TO BUY THOUGH ! SECONDLY, DEFENCE IS SOLID AS EVER, THE BEST OF ALL TIMES, NEED TO POLISH ON SOME WEAKNESSES PARTICULARLY SET PIECES.

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  2. Walter Alando Bwoga

    Our first assignment comes this coming Saturday (02-Feb-2013)when we’ll be featuring in charity cup against Mathare then finals will be either Western stima or Sofapaka. It is necessary we win and get the cash prize of USD 10,000. Though it looks little, players and technical bench can treat the match as another ‘serious friendly match’ and take the cash home at the end of it all. As for now we are on track though let us not play predicatbly as we did last year in most of the matches.

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  3. ochigah

    I watched the match against Muhoroni youth and the team need to work extremely hard especially on the defense. this guy Emuge is too heavy he need to shed off some weight. Im worried of kiongera if he plays the way he pleyed yesterday then he will find himself in the same situation Odera was 2yrs ago.

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  4. nyakogalo

    I echo sentiments made by other bloggers on how we played muhoroni,what I saw was nothing new from what I’ve been seeing.the new signings need to up their game or watakaa bench.our signing like mutiso could not match our 1st eleven nor others.let me believe its coz they hadn’t trained together for long.our 1st eleven from last season will stand out,just need strikers and I mean strikers coz playing mostly on our half and defenders doing what they do best(defending with kogaloat heart) is very dangerous and exposing them too much to injuries.wish our team all the best in our saturday matches.

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