Williamson: Gor can't compete with Al Ahly, Pirates
17 December 2013, 12:00
Nairobi - Gor Mahia head coach Bobby Williamson admits that it will be a difficult task ensuring the club do well in the CAF Champions League.
The club will take on Africa's best next year in continental competition and Gor will try make an impression after doing badly previously in the CAF Confederations Cup.
Williamson will be tasked with giving the club an edge and he admits that it will be difficult.
The level of investment in the playing unit means that Gor will not have as many top players as they can but the former Uganda Cranes coach says he is going to work with what is available.
" It will be a difficult task for the club to do well in the Champions League, he said.
" The level of investment in the playing unit to ensure it does well in such a competition is very high and that is the problem for the club.
" To compete with the likes of Al Ahly and Orlando Pirates is not easy with our financial set-up but all we can do is try our best.
" We will try sign in a player or two who we feel can improve us and see where it takes us, he added.
Gor have already started re-structuring their squad ahead of the Champions League with a number of players already departing the club.