After a nearly two-month-long break due to the suspension of sporting activities in the country, Gor Mahia will play Nairobi City Stars in their first match on Sunday.
Gor captain Harun Shakava has reflected on how the suspension has affected the club's moment but believes the team will try to get things rolling. Players have been having an individual training session in a bid to keep fit before the resumption of the league.
However, most of the KPL clubs officially resumed training last week as they were preparing for the resumption of the league this weekend.
"The break really affected the flow & momentum because we had started pushing hard & the team was gelling but I think as time rolls, we will get the momentum back," he said as quoted by the club's official Twitter account.
K'Ogalo coach Pinto also expressed his happiness on the resumption of the league.
"Our last game was about 55 days ago. We are happy to be back but we look at the physical integrity of players with apprehension. We go in search of dynamics & with a lot of commitment," he said.
The Green Army are currently seventh on the log with 22 points after 14 matches while City Stars are tenth with 20 points.
The league resumed on Friday 14th as Kariobangi Sharks beat Kakamega Homeboyz 1-0 in a match staged at MISC Kasarani.
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