Defending champions Tusker show respect to Gor Mahia

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Tusker will host Gor Mahia at Nakuru's Afraha Stadium on Saturday

Tusker head coach George Nsimbe says they respect Gor Mahia ahead of their league match scheduled for Saturday at Afraha Stadium.

The Brewers are the defending champions but they appreciate the fact that Gor Mahia are currently at the top of the table. Coach Nsimbe knows how well K’Ogalo players are; a thing which makes him take caution ahead of the match although he says his boys have also shown intention of doing their best in the match.

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"We are going to play the table leaders and you know we have to handle them as so. The good thing now is that the players are positive and everybody is training knowing that we are going to play a strong team," he was quoted as saying by the club’s facebook page.

Tusker have won only one match and are placed at position 15 on the 18-team league table.

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