Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna has insisted that the team is ready to face City Stars on Sunday despite the disruption brought about by the Covid-19 break.
The ex club captain had been one of the formidable players in the Gor Mahia side before the break and while admitting that being out of the game for long disrupted their chemistry, he was confident that the team was in a good position to perform well.
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“The training has been good so far. The players are in a good mood and the morale is high. The break definitely affected the chemistry we had started to form as a team but thank God it didn’t last for long. We are in a good position and we want to re-start the league with a win this Sunday,” Muguna told Pepeta.
The midfielder further stated that they were up against a good team and know that they will have to be at their best if they are to get the result.
“If you look at how they (City Stars) have played this season you’ll realize we will be up against a good team. We however are not concentrating on their game since we will be playing our game and our aim is to win the match,” he added.
Gor are just two points above their Sunday opponents who have played two more games.
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