Everton legend and current TV pundit Graham Stuart seen here with Rachier. “It was great to make the trip over and be a special guest representative at the final.
The hospitality has been magnificent and you can sense that everyone is very excited about Everton coming over to play a match here next month.” he said
Everton legend Graham Stuart was impressed by Kogalo
“Gor Mahia played really well and cemented the win with three good goals,” said Stuart.
“They thoroughly deserved to be the winners of the SportPesa Super Cup
and can now look forward to playing us in July.
Coach Zico is congratulated by FKF chair Mwendwa
The team thanks the fans for getting behind them
Frederick Peter Odhiambo (jersey #16, had a solid game and could challenge Boniface Oluoch
Skipper Shakava celebrates with the team
Players and coaches greet the guests of honour
Tanzania’s assistant minister for Communication Antony Mavunde (right) hands over the trophy to Gor Mahia’s stand in captain Harun Shakava
Meddie Kagere won the golden boot award
Gor Mahia are ready for Everton on July 13 in Dar es Salaam “It’s an honour to play against Everton because its a big club in the world and I’m sure we will get exposure.
I’m looking to play against Lukaku because he is a top striker.
As a defender, he will be a good test against me,” field captain Harun Shakava said post-match.
“We are happy to have to made the final with our arch-rivals but we did not expect we would beat them so easily,” Shakava said.
Shakava tussles with Allan Katarega
Ze Maria returned to the bench for the last match
The players were happy to see the Brazilian tactician back
The AFC coach had to swallow his words
Kogalo fans turned out in droves
Sonko arranged for transportation of fans to Dar and even provided spending money
The Jangombe coach graciously admitted defeat
Celebrating the win over Ingwe.
Gor Mahia have now scored 8 goals against Ingwe in the last three matches and conceded none
Kenyan fans turned out in large numbers
Gor Mahia line up before playing Jangombe.
Gor Mahia were the only team to win matches in regulation, scoring 7 goals and conceding none
One of the revelations of this tournament was Philemon Otieno, who along with Oliver Maloba, made a strong case for more playing time