By Fred Maingi
Gor Mahia team manager Tom Ogweno has urged the club ardent fans not to celebrate until the final whistle on Saturday when they will face off with Thika United.
Ogweno said it was not yet time to celebrate adding that anything can happen on saturday.He however lauded his players for showing team character that saw the team haul themselves from position 14 mid last season to top the league.
Speaking at the Nairobi City Stadium after the team conducted their training, Ogweno said Thika United might cause a major upset since they want to make a great impact and finish among the top five.
"At the moment, he added, its not wise to underrate any team.Thika United is a stubborn side.Though we normally beat them home and away, history might change this time and that is why i'm urging Gor fans to hold their horses”
He however hailed his teammates for their brilliant performance in their 0-4 emphatic win over Muhoroni Youth, on Sunday saying it has given the team hope and inspiration to take on Thika United this weekend.
Uganda born Dan Sserenkuma scored a hat-trick to take his goal tally to 17 this season before Christopher Wekesa’s header wrapped up the win for K’ogalo to leapfrog AFC Leopards at the top of the table.
The former Harambee Stars and Ulinzi Stars midfielder said teamwork and unity as been the driving force behind their 18-game unbeaten record.
“Personally, I believe it was a collective responsibility starting from the playing unit and the technical bench. We played as a team and I am glad our game-plan worked.
Gor are currently at the summit of the TPL table with 58 points, one point ahead Tusker and AFC Leopards.