K’Ogalo enters the match with the aim of completing the doubles over their opponents
Gor Mahia assistant coach Sammy Omollo conceded that his charges had nothing to do with anything but the pride of Wednesday’s assignment in the Kenyan Federation.
K’Ogalo will host Kakamega Homeboyz with the goal of completing the doubles after winning the final round 2-1. The experienced tactician insists they are willing to entertain and take in three points.
“To be honest, there is nothing we go for except pride and respect for the game, it’s tasteless,” Omollo said Purpose on Wednesday.
“Realistically, there is nothing we fight for, and they have nothing for what they fight for; only three points that can not have an impact at the end of the day. But we will give our best and we will win. .
“Yes, we have won seven games without a win, but I have never been so confident of getting a win as now. We have most of our players available and the spirit is high.”
Homeboyz are ‘tough’ opponents
The former Posta Rangers coach further insisted that their visitors will not take a walk in the park due to the quality they have.
“Yes, I am confident we will win, but that does not take anything away from Homeboyz,” Omollo continued.
‘They have a good technical team as well as the players, and I know they are aiming to cause upset. of our fans and supporters in general. ”
Gor Mahia are currently on 37 points from the 26 games they have played, while Homeboyz still have three.
K’Ogalo has played 26 games this season, scoring just 12 wins and four draws. They lost 10 games, scored 31 goals and conceded 26 in the process. However, they tied up three points after skipping last weekend’s game against sworn rivals AFC Leopards.
Homeboyz have almost the same stats, with the difference in goals where they scored 37 and conceded 28.