Hussein Dey, K’Ogalo’s next host in the Caf Confederation Cup has promised to avenge the ‘mistreatment’ they went through in their three-day visit in Kenya.
Hussein Dey, who lost the grips of the Group D after going down 2-0 to Gor Mahia on Sunday, cited mistreatment by their host whom they accused of failing to provide them with a bus when they landed at the JKIA.
Hussein Dey, who picked their first win in the Group, that is now led by K’Ogalo, also accused the Kenyan champions of providing them with a substandard training facility at the Utalii Ground.
“Gor Mahia didn’t provide any reception, starting from the airport. There was no bus waiting for us or provision of the stadium to train on.
“They will see our real face when they arrive in Algeria for the return match, from the airport to the stadium,” the Algerian club posted on their Twitter page.