Gor Mahia bench in a past match at the Moi Stadium Kisumu. The team has no injury worries ahead of their clash against Bandari
Full house for Gor Mahia ahead of Bandari tie
By Zachary Oguda | Tue 25 Apr, 2017 14:02

Gor Mahia have no injury worries ahead of their Kenyan Premier League (KPL) week seven clash against Bandari FC  according to the club’s organizing Secretary Ms Judith Nyangi.

According to the outspoken Nyangi, everyone is ready and rearing to go despite being held to a goalless draw by Tusker FC in their last fixture; an outing she says was just a blip.

Nyangi was coy on Gor Mahia’s ambitions this season saying theirs’ was to take each game at a time terming the game against Bandari as a must win for the club.

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“Everybody has trained well since our last game and we are looking to our next tie against Bandari. We have no injuries to record apart from the long term absentees and we are raring to go against Bandari after our blip against Tusker.

“Ours is to take each game at a time and we are going to Mombasa to pick the three points,” Nyangi said.

Gor Mahia find themselves in position three on the log with 13 points; a point below leaders Posta Rangers. The game against Bandari is slated for Mbaraki Sports Club on Wednesday 26 April from 3pm EAT.

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Zachary Oguda

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