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Logarusic plays down favourites tag

Gor Mahia coach Zdravko Logarusic is back in Nairobi ahead of his team’s crucial clash against AFC Leopards on Saturday.

Logarusic who was on holiday in his native country Croatia believes that there are no favourites when the two sides clash as he admits that they respect Leopards.

“I just arrived from Croatia where I had gone for holiday plus with such a break I found it ideal to give time off to players because they were suffering from fatigue and others were injured and needed special attention.”

“We must think while coming into this match because there are no favourites in a derby, it is a 50-50 game plus we give respect but not all to Leopards since they have been on top of the league this season.”

He also pointed out what will decide who walks away with the points.

“Small mistakes will influence the outcome, it could be an individual mistake at the back or brilliance at the front. All I want is for the fans to enjoy the game.”

Gor are third on the log with 43 points, two adrift table toppers Tusker and AFC Leopards who are level on points.

They will be looking to extend their unbeaten run in the league to 14 games this weekend.


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