courtesy of michezoafrika.com
Gor Mahia head Coach Zdravko Logarusic left the country on Friday evening to his native Croatia for a two week rest. Logarusic has been in charge of K’Ogalo for the past eight KPL matches.
During his reign, he has managed to help the club rise from 13th place to a current 9th. He has won half the number of matches he has played so far, drew two and lost a similar number.
His first match in the league was against Mathare United where the team played to a 1-1 draw.
According to the team’s secretary General George Bwana, Logarusic will come back after two weeks and his immediate job will be to finalize the transfers for K’Ogalo.
“The coach has been given two weeks to rest and will be back with the recruitment of the players top on the agenda. It is good for him to go and relax his mind and have a good time with his family and when he comes back he will be very fresh,” Bwana told Michezoafrika.com