Polack Explains why Gor Mahia are struggling

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faraja
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Polack Explains why Gor Mahia are struggling

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Former Gor Mahia coach Steve Polack tells goal.com why the club is struggling
“You must remember how many new players they [Gor Mahia] have brought in again,” Polack told Goal on Saturday. “You need to get stability within the squad to get consistency and that takes time.

“Bringing too many players at once doesn’t help, as it takes time for them to gel together and that is the problem Gor Mahia are suffering from.

“The team will take time to regain consistency which we had built during my time [as the coach] because almost all the key players left, and now they have new players and also a new coach, it will take them time to get started.”
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Pollack was edged out when he insisted on quality signings and prioritizing salaries of players. Common sense you would think.

GMAF / Augmentin was supposed to provide an independent alternative of paying the players & TB directly and was on the right track until Ador infiltrated it and spineless officials gave it up to Rachier as a tool to champion the election of one Dolfina as treasurer.

GMAF's project has been on a roll lately👇

1)Tweet Jeff Kinyanjui@Nyash88
"Pamzo should not say we lost because we had not prepared well. He has no experience of coaching a team that has played against a team from North Africa. When I speak, it's from experience." - Gor Mahia Treasurer.

2)Tweet Goal Africa @GoalAfrica
Planning to fail again: Gor Mahia boycott training ahead of CR Belouizdad date.
3)Tweet Jeff Kinyanjui@Nyash88
Gor Mahia treasurer says, live on National radio, that she had asked the players to forfeit the away game against CR Beloizdad and instead use the funds to clear their salaries and allowances. Big team indeed.

GMAF/ Augmentin's gift to Gor Mahia fraternity.
Btw Dolfina says GMAF is yet to pay the Ulinzi win bonuses and this is one the factors affecting morale of the players.
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P.S
Apparently Madam Dolfina aka Dollylove now claims she is more experienced than Pamzo in matters coaching.
Remember Sammy Omollo "Pamzo" is a club legend in addition to being a coach.
As for Dolfina she's not even qualified to handle GMFC finances.
GMAF and Ador please come clean on the Dollylove project. With it you both are destroying GMFC is record time!
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Polack comments on Gor Mahia's poor start
“It is not a good start though there is still a lot of games to be played before the season ends,” Polack told Goal on Monday. “But they need to sort themselves out quickly if possible.

“During my time, we posted three defeats in 23 games but now they have recorded two defeats in three matches, it is not a good sign for a team trying to win the title again, they must do something.

“I did not see much defending from the team but was a good game with plenty of goals.”

In a recent interview, Polack blamed the club’s current poor run of results in both the Caf Champions League and FKF Premier League on the lack of stability at the club.

“You must remember how many new players they [Gor Mahia] have brought in again,” Polack told Goal. “You need to get stability within the squad to get consistency and that takes time.

“Bringing too many players at once doesn’t help, as it takes time for them to gel together and that is the problem Gor Mahia are suffering from.

“The team will take time to regain consistency which we had built during my time [as the coach] because almost all the key players left, and now they have new players and also a new coach, it will take them time to get started.”
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