Former Mahakama Coach and current club CEO Martin Hazard Aganda has admitted to not knowing what kind of opposition they will get from Ligi Ndogo when their Division One Zone A game kicks off at 1400hrs on Saturday 21 April 2012.
Mahakama carry a two game winning run to the game that will be played at the Judicial Training Institute off Kiambu Road with Ligi Ndogo taking two draws and a win to the game.
-I have never watched them play so I do not know what to expect. But I have been informed that they play the ball close – they keep possession which is more or less the kind of football that we play, said Hazard to futaa.com
-We are obviously hoping for a win but I expect a very close game, I’d say it will be 50-50, he concluded
Mahakama are second in the 20-team log with 20 points from nine games and only second to leaders Kariobangi Sharks on goal difference while Ligi Ndogo, early pacesetters in the league are seventh with 13 points from eight games.