The milkmen tactician insists that K'ogalo are far from clinching the title and that his team will be seeking for maximum points on SaturdayThika United head coach John Kamau has warned Gor Mahia’s fans not to ‘pop the champagne yet’ as his team are more than capable of ruining their title ambitions on Saturday.
The two sides will lock horns in the final round of the KPL matches this weekend at the City Stadium with the hosts seeking a win to be assured of clinching their first league title in 17 years.
Any other outcome will open up the opportunity for the chasing pack that includes Tusker FC and AFC Leopards.
This scenario has forced the milkmen's coach Kamau to insists that indeed the chase for the league title "is not yet over."
“I know that the fans (Gor) are so happy. They have literally cheered their team to the top this season, but they should not celebrate early because they have not won the trophy.”
“On Saturday anything can happen and because we also need maximum points to finish the league in a respectable position. We are not just traveling to Nairobi to make numbers but our main aim is to win the match,” Kamau told Goal.com.
Gor Mahia were 2-0 victors when the two sides clashed in the first leg match at Thika Municipal Stadium. The Thika-based side, are currently placed sixth on 45 points same as fifth placed Ulinzi Stars.