K'Ogalo captain believes the team has the best chance of clinching this year's league crown after a good start that puts them second in the table standings
By Otieno Otieno in KITWE, Zambia
Gor Mahia captain Jerim Onyango has pointed out that the team has the best chance to win the Kenyan Premier League title this season after a good start that puts them in second spot in the standings.
Onyango says this is the best chance the club has of winning the league after two failed attempts.
"As a captain, I would say that this is the best chance we have of winning the league after we failed on two previous occasions and there is everything to support our bid.
"Since joining Gor we have never had such a start and always have to come from behind. This year we look very strong and with the coming of a new coach, it does not get better than this," he told Goal in Kitwe, Zambia on Thursday.
Onyango added that the team is excited to have former Uganda Cranes coach Bobby Williamson.
"He (Williamson) has a lot of experience having handled a national team before and we all look up to him to transfer that experience to the team and we hope this can translate to good results for the club.”
Gor Mahia will go top of the premiership if they beat Chemelil Sugar in a mid-week fixture at Nyayo Stadium on Wednesday. Tusker will also take on Mathare United the same day at City Stadium.