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Sony line up Gor friendly



Kenyan Premier League side Sony Sugar FC intend to play top tier giants Gor Mahia in a friendly match either on Saturday 26 January.

Revealing the news, recently appointed SoNy Sugar FC head coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo said that the prospective game would take place at Awendo Stadium.

“We have been in talks with Gor Mahia regarding a friendly match as part of our preparations for the new season,” Omollo said.

“The talks are at advanced stage and everything maybe confirmed this weekend. This game will be of great importance to me as it will help me ascertain the fitness levels of my players against that of a great team like Gor Mahia,” he added.

Sony Sugar returned to training for the upcoming season on Friday 4 January 2013, and Omollo is satisfied with their progress to date.

“The preparations so far have been good and the spirit within the team is fantastic. Only a few players are yet to turn up but we expect them to join us by tomorrow (Tuesday 8 January)” Omollo added.

Omollo, a former Oserian, Tusker and Mahakama tactician, has replaced ex-Harambee Stars trainer Zedekiah ‘Zico’ Otieno in the Sony hotseat.



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