Gor is the number one club that comes into your mind when you mention the Kenya Premier League. Gor Mahia Football Club, commonly also known as K'Ogalo, is a football club based in Nairobi, Kenya. They have won the Kenyan Premier League 18 times, Five more than their arch-rivals A.F.C. Leopards, and have also won the FKF President's Cup a record 10 times. For was founded in 17th Feb 1968 and plays at the Nairobi City Stadium under Ous Paka as the manager.
Unfortunately it is not the case with the Giants this season as they are now at position six with two games in hand. Tusker is occupying the top most position with 26 points, followed closely by KCB with 25 points and a game in hand. K'ogalo has won 5 games, drawn once and lost thrice.
The former K'Ogalo coach Steven Polack told Goal the following concerning the teams poor performance. "You must remember how many new players they [Gor Mahia] have brought in again, you need to get stability within the squad to get consistency and that takes time. Bringing too many players at once doesn’t help, as it takes time for them to gel together and that is the problem Gor Mahia are suffering from." He further stated that the club is concentrating on buying new players when it is even struggling financially.
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