Gor skipper elated with revival
Gor Mahia's revival is currently the talk of town and one man who deserved praise is the soft spoken skipper Jerim Onyango who has conceded four goals in the last 13 matches.
His good form comes on the backdrop of a first round lull in form where he was dropped after having been accused of letting in easy goals but the setback strengthened the shot stopper who has recovered his poise to become one of the most consistent players in the league.
Gor has climbed into top four in the league and are in the Top 8 final and Onyango attributed the team’s resurgence and his own to hard work, commitment; great vision and discipline.
"I want to give thanks to God as he has been able to let me be strong in goal despite any adversity. The management has also been very instrumental ensuring the players are motivated as well as the coach who has been there to impart more tactics on us."
"As the captain of Gor Mahia I believed that despite the poor performance in the initial stages of the first leg we could still make it back if we maintained discipline and worked hard collectively and now everyone can see the fruits of the hard labour every players has put," Onyango told SuperSport.com.
Him regaining his form has led to expectation that he could be back in the national team and he is bidding his time.
"God's time is the best time and I know one time I will make it back to the National team but for now I am concentrating on my beloved team Gor Mahia as we hope to do even better in the remaining matches," he added.