Pollack rallies Gor to bounce back to winning ways at Nzoia


Pollack rallies Gor to bounce back to winning ways at Nzoia
English-Finish tactician Steven Pollack when he was unveiled by Gor Mahia FC as their new coach ahead of the 2019/2020 football season at Hill Park Hotel in Nairobi on August 08, 2019. Photo/Rodgers Otieno/Sportpicha

In Summary

  • Gor Mahia head coach Steve Pallock has urged his team to bounce back to winning ways with victory against Nzoia FC after being knocked out of the CAF Champions League last Sunday.
  • The 18-time Kenyan Premier League champions have won both matches they have played so far this season and the coach is optimistic they will continue with their impressive form when the two sides clash.

Gor Mahia head coach Steve Pallock has urged his team to bounce back to winning ways with victory against Nzoia FC after being knocked out of the CAF Champions League last Sunday.

The Kenyan representatives lost 2-0 to USM Algers to bow out 6-1 on aggregate, the result relegating them to the Caf Confederations Cup and the coach says they have to learn from their mistakes and show class when they face Nzoia at the Mumias Sports Complex on Wednesday.

“We have to keep our heads up and focus on Wednesday’s game because it’s very important to bounce back to winning ways, the league has become more competitive and it’s important to respond with victory in our next match,” Said Pallock

The 18-time Kenyan Premier League champions have won both matches they have played so far this season and the coach is optimistic they will continue with their impressive form when the two sides clash.

“As a coach we are in all these together whether we win, lose or draw against any opposition.

“I can’t foresee the mistakes player will make; the most important thing is to avoid repeating the same,” added the coach.

Nzoia are 12th on the log with four points from three games having won, drawn and lost.

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