Gor Mahia head coach Steve Pollack believes his charges can only get better with time after clinching his first title with the club on Sunday.
The tactician has been with the club for two weeks and in his post-match comments after the Super Cup win admitted that his charges were yet to grapple with his style of play something, he feels will be better with each passing game.
“I have only been here for two weeks and they are going to understand how to play with and without the ball. In the second half, I think we were a little bit better with the balance of the team. The first half I think we were a little bit shaken up and as I said the development of our game will become better every week,” Pollak said.
On the game, the tactician said it was not a good display he had envisaged but was happy with the result and the attitude of his team more so after going a man down.
“It was the result we wanted but it wasn’t the prettiest of games. It could have easily been 1-1 but they gave their all and I was happy with their attitude more so when we went down to ten men,” he added.
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