Gor Mahia head coach Frank Nuttal may have failed in the bid to bag a domestic treble on his first full season at Gor Mahia but he has a lot of positives to look back to as he heads to his last match of the season, a GOtv Shield third place playoff game against Muhoroni Youth.
The coach guided the team to a league win and also bagged the KPL Top 8 Cup, both unbeaten to add to the season’s curtain raiser, the DStv Super Cup win over Sofapaka in February and he says he is thrilled with the achievements in the year.
Gor Mahia produced the highest number of players in the national team and that too, the coach says is an issue they can look back at with pride.
“I must say I am thrilled with the 2015 achievements. We won the league unbeaten, clinched the DStv Super Cup and the Top 8 Cup and reached the final of Kagame Cup. A number of my boys were also called up to their national teams, those are huge positives to take from the season,” he said.
Nuttal took over at Gor Mahia midway through the 2104 season as Gor Mahia went on to win the title that year.