Gor Mahia's winger Cliffton Miheso who was actively involved in all the three goals against Bidco United in yesterday's KPL match has said that the team has been unlucky not to get good results maintaining that the team has been playing well.
The KPL defending champions have had a series of negative results in recent league fixtures
Miheso also said that they work hard in training aiming to maintain good performance terming it their priority.
The winger also hailed the club's coaching staff which fights always to see the club performing well and maintaining its good reputation.
Clifton Miheso scored a stunner which gave Gor Mahia the hope to keep fighting for the three points. Later on, he assisted two goals to help his side pull a 3-1 comeback over Bidco United. The other goalscorers were Brazilian Wilson Silva and Kenneth Muguna.
The player believes that the club can do more than that and achieve more but first they have to gradually build on what they currently have.
Gor Mahia are currently in position 7 in the KPL standings with 22 points from 14 matches.
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