Gor Mahia fringe players challenged to prove their worth

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The fifteen times league champions are set to play without their key players in the inaugural Super Cup tournament

Gor Mahia official Judith Nyangi is confident the team will perform well in SportPesa Super Cup set to kick-off in Tanzania on Monday.

The fifteen times league champions are set to play without their key players like Musa Mohammed, Jacques Tuyisenge, Godfrey Walusimbi among others, owing to national team commitments. But Nyangi says there is no worry at all since the team is capable of doing better.

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"We have players, who have not been given an opportunity to showcase their talent and worth to the team. This is their opportunity to show what they are capable of doing. It is a chance for them to prove they can perform in the highest level," Nyangi told Goal.

"I understand it is a tournament with stiff competition but we can do better and come home smiling."

The Green Army are currently leading the league table with 27 points after 13 matches.

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