Coach Oman Biyik tells Goal that they are in Nairobi to get maximum points against the Kenyan league champions in Saturday’s Champions League fixture
Former Cameroonian international Oman Biyik, who handles US Bitam, Gor Mahia’s opponents in Champions League on Saturday, has warned the Kenyan champions to score early goals or they will be in trouble.
Biyik predicted that Gor Mahia fans will turn against their own team if there will be no goals in the first 20 minutes of the match.
“I understand the mind set of most home fans. They normally expect an early goal and if it does not come, they get frustrated and turn against their own team. I ask Gor to get an early goal or forget about winning this match,” he told Goal hours after his side jetted into Nairobi.
“It will not be easy though because our opponents have a home advantage to protect. It will be a meeting of two good teams and we should expect an exciting match.”
Biyik’s squad is boasted by the presence of three players, who have just featured in the Africa Nations Championships (Chan) held in South Africa. They include defenders Fredy Kogbe, Reeckangue Roosvelte as well as forward Phylipe Ebonde.