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Football | Kenya

Zdravko Logarusic @ SS com

Gor set to make changes



Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia will make numerous changes to their playing personnel and the technical bench ahead of the 2013 Kenyan season.

This comes barely five days after K’ogalo failed to lift the title on the final day of the season following their 1-1 draw with Thika United at City Stadium.

The result saw Gor finish second on the table, with Tusker FC retaining the title after beating Nairobi City Stars 3-0 last Saturday. According to coach Zdravko Logarusic, the club will shuffle things around before next year.

“We are going to bring in some fresh blood in the team and that means that a few players will be dropped as well as some members of the technical bench,’” said Logarusic.

“As a coach, sometimes you must be ready to make firm decisions and that’s what I am going to do. We have already identified different players in different departments and we are still negotiating with them. “We are targeting to beef-up the defense, midfield and striking. If all goes on well, two players in each department will not be bad,” concluded Logarusic.

Gor are scheduled to face perennial rivals AFC Leopards in an eagerly awaited FKF President’s Cup semi-final tie on Saturday, at MISC, Kasarani.



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