Gor Mahia coach Hassan Oktay has urged the club’s fans to turn up in large numbers at Kasarani on Sunday when they take on Angola’s Petro Atletico.
Gor were thrashed 4-0 by Zamalek last week, and sit bottom of Group D in the CAF Confederations Cup with six points going into the last round of matches this weekend.
Oktay has attributed the loss to lack of experience,
“They had nine players who featured in the last World Cup finals. They have the experience which we don’t have and they deserved it,” Oktay said.
The team will arrive in the country on Tuesday morning, ahead of a crunch tie at Kasarani this weekend.
Despite sitting at the bottom of the group, Gor will qualify for the knockout stages for the first time ever in their history if they beat Petro Atletico.
‘”There is no excuse about the final game. We must win and advance. We don’t want to be sorry for failing to win. We must beat the Angolans,’’ Rwandan striker Jacqes Tuyisenge said.