K'ogalo won the first leg 1-0 and coach Williamson has vowed to score another goal during Saturday’s duel so as to put the game beyond Bitam's reach
Gor Mahia won the first leg 1-0 and Williamson has vowed to score another goal during Saturday’s match so as ‘to make it impossible for our opponents to recover.’
“Despite the slim advantage, we still have a very good chance to make it to the next round. I believe my players can still score another goal and then we make it difficult for our opponents to recover because they will need to score three times.
“I do not think a home-ground advantage will help them as we go all out to attack and defend our narrow lead,” the Scottish tactician told Goal.
Williamson confirmed that injured players Kevin ‘Ade’ Omondi and Timothy Wanyonyi have not recovered yet and will not be part of his weekend plans. Gor Mahia departs for Gabon on Thursday with an eye to the first round of the lucrative competition.