The tactician has joined K’Ogalo and takes over the reins from Carlos Manuel Vaz Pinto
Gor Harris’ new coach, Mark Harrison, promised fans and fans entertainment as he began his new job at the club.
The former Southampton goalkeeper is in the country to fill the space left by Carlos Manuel Vaz Pinto, who left the club in July after helping them win the FKF Cup against AFC Leopards. Vaz Pinto’s last league game was a 2-1 defeat against Tusker.
Sammy Omollo, who has been in charge since he was Vaz Pinto’s assistant, is also expected to hold the same post under Harrison. Omollo was an interim head coach and oversaw three games, where Gor Mahia lost two and the others drew.
My vision does not differ from the club
“Thank you to the family of Gor Mahia for bringing me to Kenya, this is something I am very excited about,” Harrison said. Purpose.
“I am well aware of the importance of Gor Mahia in Kenya, the biggest club here and in Africa. It is an honor for me to be here, I am privileged and I accept it.
“My vision and goals do not differ from the club; I want to win every game, I want to win every trophy that lies ahead of us, if possible, we will do it. I am a winner, and I expect my players to be winners who go hand in hand with the football club.
“I want to win trophies with style, I want to create an entertaining brand; if fans come on the field, we can entertain them with the way we play. I’m definitely not a long ball dealer, it’s not mine. wants the players to get out there and express themselves without fear. “
‘I know Afrikaans football from the inside out’
The Englishman radiates confidence in his ability to coach the team and declares that he knows how to win trophies.
“I have been in Africa for 20 years, occasionally, I know Afrikaans football quite well from the inside out … I had a short time in South Africa, and later had the opportunity to play in three different countries rig, “Harrison said. prosecute.
‘I’m well aware of the expectations, which do not upset me either; I was in Botswana with the biggest club there [Township Rollers], we won the championship and qualified for Caf [Champions League] we were runners-up in the Mascom Top8 competition, so I’m well aware of what it takes to win the championship, and I’ll bring it to Gor Mahia next season. ”
Gor Mahia is out of the race to win the league this season, but will represent Kenya in the Caf Confederation Cup after winning the Shield Cup.