Gor Mahia triumph over Young African SC in the return leg of CAF
Confederation Cup in Dar-es-salaam, Tanzania has won the
plaudits from the Head of Delegation Dickson Angore alias
Gor Mahia beat Young
Africa SC 3-2 at the National Stadium in Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania
in the return leg of the Group D match after a 4-0 thumping in
first leg match played at Kasarani in Nairobi and Mamelodi
reveals that K’Ogallo’s ability to score away goals is a great
He urged other
Kenyan clubs to emulate them.
Speaking during his
homecoming in Malindi after the trip, Mamelodi who serves as the
FKF North Coast Branch Secretary as well as the FKF League and
Committee Member said away goals are very crucial in such
championship and Gor Mahia are on the right footing with the
“As the head of
delegation I’m quite pleased with Gor Mahia performance and
their appetite for away goals in CAF Confederation Cup match
against our Tanzanian neighbours, Young African SC.
The boys have really
done us proud and they have set a precedent for other Kenyan
clubs to follow,” he said.
He further disclosed
that he learnt valuable lessons and experience from CAF match
officials in terms of the match organization and thanked
Football Kenya Federation for according him the opportunity to
serve as Head of the Delegation.
Boyz head coach Yusuf Ndere has praised his charges following a
hard won 1-0 victory over Sparki Youth a FKF Division Two
Northern Zone League Pool A match staged at home Serani Sports
Ndere applauded the
boys for their fighting spirit considering they were playing
against a more experienced opponents.
“It was a great
challenge for my boys due to the experience of our opponents but
thanks to the substitute I made changed the game immediately as
he utilized the chance,” he said.
During the match
second half super sub Bakari Stanley who replaced Yusuf Abdi
netted the all-important goal in the injury time to enable the
hosts’ bag maximum points.
Batoto Ba Congo Boyz
are making their debut appearance in the FKF Division Two
Northern Zone league this season and are currently ranked fifth
position on the 19 team Pool A log with 31 matches from 17