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Nakuru Camp For Gor Mahia As They Prepare For Continental Assignment

Gor Mahia
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Gor Mahia
Gor Mahia’s acting coach, Zedekiah “Zico” Otieno. /Courtesy

Gor Mahia will camp in Nakuru County for a week as they sharpen ahead of their CAF Champions League preliminary round first leg fixture against Nyasa Bullets of Malawi Tuesday next week.

Stand in coach Zedekiah “Zico” Otieno has said that they have engaged top gear in their preparations for the upcoming match.

Zico added that the team’s training program has been running smoothly and their next plot is to train in high altitude area this week.

“We’ve had our training sessions as planned and so far so good. We have some players who are away with their national teams but they should be back by Tuesday when our next program will be starting and that will be in Nakuru County for about four days,” the coach told official Gor Mahia website.

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There is a friendly match lined up against KCB as confirmed by the coach: “We will be training down there and play a friendly match against KCB in Nakuru on Wednesday then continue with our training through to Saturday and come back to Nairobi.”

The team will have a one day off before resuming training on Sunday and straight to the camp as preparation continue for Tuesday’s (November 27th) CAF qualifier match against the Malawians – Nyasa Big Bullets.

Zico confirms that all players are in good shape and there are no injury concern. “We had some training sessions and l am glad all players are in good shape and have shown desire to offer their best.”

The tactician confirmed that he watched the Malawians against Simba in a friendly match on Friday and took notes in terms of their strengths and weaknesses.

“I watched Nyasa Bullets against Simba in a friendly match and noted some elements which will we prepare for in order to get good results.”

Zico further wished coach Kerr all the best. “I wish coach Dylan all the best… it’s good he is going for greener pastures not that he was fired or anything and the best we can do is just to wish him all the best.”

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Written by Bonface Osano

Communication And Media Student. Sports Writer.

Email: news@kahawatungu.com

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