Gor Mahia captain Kenneth Muguna has welcomed the addition of coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omolo to the team.

 

Omolo was appointed by the club on a temporary basis to help them through their CAF Champions League preliminary ties against APR of Rwanda and according to Muguna, the tactician is at home having been at the club before.

 

“He is someone who has been around the game for long and so far everything has been great with him. He’s a legend in the club and that has made his settling a little bit easier,” Muguna told Pepeta.

 

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On the game against APR, the former Western Stima man believes they have all it takes to get a good result in Rwanda ahead of the second leg that is to be hosted in Nairobi a week later.

 

“We are very positive about recording a good result. We have prepared well and we want to ensure that we head into the second leg with something. We can go through if we play collectively and I know that’s all everyone is looking forward to,” Muguna added.

 

The game against APR will Kick Off at 4 pm at the Stade Régional de Nyamirambo-Kigali.

 

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