Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions Gor Mahia have not been at their best lately, as they seek a 16th league title, much to the pain of key defender Karim Nizigiyimana who admits the bad run has borne a lot of pain for the club.
After a great run in the first leg, the champions have struggled to match the same in the second half of the season and with just eight matches to go, they may be on course to lose the title they have bagged in each of the last three seasons.
The team has managed just one win in the last six games and is coming from another disappointing result, a barren draw with newly promoted side, Posta Rangers and he is pained for the club’s fans who are so passionate with the team.
“I don’t like to talk about our games anymore because it hurts. It is painful because we are not getting wins as much as we would like, or as much as we had been used to last year, and truly it is disappointing for everybody in the team.
“It is even more painful because we have very supportive fans and seeing them disappointed every weekend feels bad,” he told the official KPL website.
The defender will be suspended for the team’s next match, a home game against Chemelil Sugar.