Gor Mahia skipper Jerim Onyango had another outstanding show in the Sunday 28 October in the Tusker Premier League (TPL) encounter with Tusker FC and the Kenyan international says the players’ motto of taking a game a time is what worked for them.
Gor Mahia won by a solitary goal, scored by Dan Sserunkuma after just 12 minutes though Tusker keeper Boniface Oluoch had a hand in the goal with a blunder that allowed it to slip through his hands.
After a run that has seen Gor Mahia beat all the four teams behind them, Jerim says Gor Mahia never focuses on winning a game before its due date and adds that at the moment they are not thinking of the title but the Muhoroni Youth game.
A game a time
-We have a motto at Gor Mahia – just taking a game at a time. We never want to put ourselves under any pressure of, say, thinking of three or four games ahead and that is what has brought us this far.
-At the moment we are top of the league but we can’t start celebrating as yet – things can change any time so we are just preparing with Muhoroni Youth in mind. They are tough opponents and after they beat us in the first leg we don’t want to undermine them, he told futaa.com.