Mohamed calls for Gor focus
09 August 2016, 17:33
Nairobi - Gor Mahia deputy skipper Musa Mohamed decried that his team cannot
afford to drop any more points in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL).
The defending champions were held to their ninth draw of the season
when they played Bandari FC at the Moi Stadium Kisumu on Sunday.
With 36 points from 21 games, Gor Mahia are second on the table and four points behind table-topping Tusker.
With nine games remaining until the end of the season, the team have had a dip in form after one win in their last five games.
"We have to keep the right focus; we cannot be playing and focusing
on Tusker's results at the same time even though we know they are among
our main competitors," Mohamed told SuperSport.
"We hoped for a win against Bandari but we got a point. There is
pressure for us but we will build up on it and see how we progress."
The team will next take on Posta Rangers at the Nyayo Stadium on Sunday.
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