Gor Mahia assistant captain Musa Mohamed has admitted their quest for a 16th title has come with immense pressure for the players and called on his team mates to focus better in the wake of another unconvincing result in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) 0 – 0 draw with Bandari FC at the Moi Stadium, Kisumu on Sunday 7 August.
The title race is narrowing down to a two horse race with Gor Mahia four points behind league leaders Tusker and Musa is calling on good focus after seeing the team win just one match in the last five outings
Key to their ambitions, Musa says, is that they should stop playing with a focus on how Tusker performs but keep their feet on the ground and go hunting for three points at all times.
“We have to keep the right focus; we cannot be playing and focusing on Tusker’s results at the same time even though we know they are among our main competitors. We hoped for a win against Bandari but we got a point.
“There is pressure for us but we will build up on it and see how we progress,” he said.