Gor Mahia has arguably the best squad in the country by far if latest results are anything to go by.
The sixteen times league champions have played a total of fourteen games in all competitions, managing ten wins, three draws and a single defeat.
With the match against SuperSport United, in play-offs of Caf Confederation Cup coming up, coach Dylan Kerr has challenged his players to show they deserve to be on the plane to South Africa for the second leg.
“I always tell my players they are the best, but one has to prove on the pitch that he deserves to be in the team that will go to South Africa. Sometimes I hear things from other people about some complain from my players, but I tend to ignore them.
“My challenge is to all players, do the talking on the pitch and I will definitely consider you,” Kerr told Goal on Thursday.
Gor Mahia won the first leg by a solitary goal, and a draw of any kind or win will ensure they progress to the Group stages.