‘Well-prepared’ Gor raring to go, Tusker’s match open to fans

George “Blackberry” Odhimbo

Gor Mahia forwards George “Blackberry” Odhimbo (left) and Burundi international Jules Ulimwengu vie for the ball during a team training session at Camp Toyoyo ground in Nairobi on November 23, 2021.
 

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What you need to know:

  • Tusker chairman Dan Aduda also confirmed that the three referees and match commissioner for the fixture will arrive on Friday.
  • “We have paid for the stadium, booked for our opponents a bus and a car while the referees also have their hotels already booked.
  • FKF only wrote to us on the government takeover and not on the issue of staging the game,” said Aduda.

Gor Mahia are not taking any chances ahead of their CAF Confederation Cup play-off first leg match against AS Otoho d’Oyo of Republic of Congo.

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