Gor Mahia hosts the Dockers in the cup tie that is expected to pull a large crowd of K’Ogalo faithfuls, who will be making a short trip to Thika to catch a glimpse of their new Manager, Dylan Kerr, but Wambani is not cowed by the presence of the ‘Green Army’.
"Let's meet after the 90 minutes," said a daring Wambani who has been a pillar for Paul Nkata's side in the midfield.
"It (match) is not going to be a walk in the Park for them." added Wambani who praised his team’s fighting spirit, something he attributed to the arrival of the legendary Ugandan coach.
Newly appointed K’Ogalo head coach is expected to link up with the club for the first time in Thika, just a few hours after the Englishman arrived in the country to take up his new role.
Caretaker coach, Zedekiah ‘Zico’ Otieno will be in charge of the match, but will relinquish his role as head coach after 90 minutes for the assistant position.