Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier has revealed the team will leave the country tomorrow for Kigali ahead of their Caf Champions League match on Saturday.
The Kenya Premier League champions will face Rwanda's APR on Saturday in the first leg, but their trip was said to be in jeopardy owing to lack of funds.
Rachier has however indicated the team will travel on Friday and get ready for the Saturday clash.
🟢 UPDATE— ⚽️GOR MAHIA FC (@OfficialGMFC) November 26, 2020
🗣 | “The team is set hit the run-way tomorrow to Kigali, Rwanda for the weekend’s CAF Champions League preliminary match against APR. We are just waiting for players' Covid-19 results which we expect to get today.”
– Chairman Ambrose Rachier#Sirkal pic.twitter.com/pJFP6vfSLW
The last time the two sides met was in 2008 during the Confederation Cup when the Rwandan side won 6-0 on aggregate.