Gor Mahia head coach Hassan Oktay has confirmed that they will play Zamalek on Sunday at the Borg Al Arab Stadium with the aim to win.
Talking to website team, the clubs tactician has expressed confidence but pointed out on the grey area of poor officiating.
“My main concern is the virtually poor officiating and arbitral decisions which are capable of deciding a match and especially having witnessed being denied a valid goal when we faced Nasr Hussain Day but in all, we are well prepared to face Zamalek and a win will be a huge one for us,” Oktay said.
“We will be facing a strong team of established players who have been to the World Cup finals in the past but as you all know it’s soccer, this football anything can happen within the 90 minutes of play and so we need to be at our best to come out victorious thus we won’t accord our host too much of respect but face them fearlessly “, He added
The club CEO Mr. Lordvick Aduda on his part alluded to everyone is well and that the boys are focused after being treated to floodlights training session after having watched the TP Mazembe Vs Ismailia match at 6 pm.
Zamalek vs Gor Mahia kicks at 2200hrs which is East African time on 10th March 2019.