Improving Gor Mahia renew rivalry with on song Kariobangi Sharks

New Gor Mahia head coach Mark Harrison will be looking to quickly iron out the tiny bit of bad record his side has against Football Kenya Federation Premier League (FKFPL) opponents Kariobangi Sharks when the two sides duel it out on Wednesday afternoon in a rescheduled league match set to be played at Kasarani main Stadium.Last season, Sharks managed to outwit the record Kenyan champions on two separate occasions, winning by a one nil scoreline in both the first and second leg as they completed the famous league double over the then defending champions who went on to finish the league in 8th place – one of their worst league finishes in over ten years.This season though, a rejuvenated K’Ogalo come matching at Sharks with two weapons at hand. The first and probably most important is that the team will have their fans, their army, allowed back into the stadium to be able to cheer them on in the game for the first time since March 2020, a sporting aphrodisiac that they sorely missed last season.🟢 | NEXT ASSIGNMENT 🏆 | League Match ⚽️ | 🆚️ K. Sharks 🗓 | Wednesday, Oct 27🏟 | Kasarani stadium ⏰ | 1pm #Sirkal | #Betsafe— GOR MAHIA FC (@OfficialGMFC) October 25, 2021 Two, the team has won all its three games in all competitions that they have played in since the 2021/2022 campaign started, momentum that the team will be seeking to maintain when they come up against Sharks.Speaking ahead of the match, Harrison revealed his ambition of guiding the team back to winning ways in the fixture as he welcomed the extra rest the team had due to their botched continental fixture.“Not playing over the weekend gave us a bit of an extra rest. We are in good shape and we head into tomorrow’s game hopefully trying to get a good result. We do not need to be getting beaten again like last season so we need to try and win the game,” the coach told Mozzart Sport.##NAJAVA_MECA_5933398##While many had expected Sharks to have a slow start to the season considering the mass exodus that was at the club, the William Muluya coached side have in fact done the contrary. In three games so far played, the young squad have shown impressive character and maturity in getting two wins and one draw to maintain an unbeaten start to the season.It is that sort of form that captain Eric Juma believes will lift the team to another victory over Gor should they execute what they have been learning on the training ground on the actual matchday.“I feel the boys are positive and in the right frame of mind. If we can implement what we have been doing all through the week in preparation for this match then I think we are going to walk away with all the points. I know Gor did not play over the weekend but I do not think that will affect us. On the contrary, I think we will have the upper hand in terms of match fitness,” the captain said.🗞️| Final settings done ahead of tomorrow’s match against @OfficialGMFC at Kasarani Stadium 1PM.#WeAreSharks #BetwaySharks— Kariobangi Sharks FC (@k_sharksfc) October 26, 2021 The match kicks off at 1300EAT.

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