Ok’Ogalo has at all times confronted challenges that negatively impacted their continental campaigns and due to this fact made no progress
Former AFC Leopards Group Secretary Timothy Lilumbi has identified areas that Gor Mahia wants to enhance to be able to succeed within the Caf Confederation Cup marketing campaign.
Not like earlier seasons wherein Ok’Ogalo performed within the Champions League, the giants will participate within the Confederation Cup after profitable the Defend Cup in early July.
After ending the month of June on the prime of the Soccer Kenya Federation Premier League desk, Tusker grabbed the Champions League spot.
Choosing components that made Gor Mahia battle on the continental stage, Lilumbi believes the Kenyan giants might do properly within the 2021/22 marketing campaign if resolved.
Honesty and transparency
“To start with, there was a mix of things that led Gor Mahia to a battle,” stated Lilumbi purpose.
“Finance, administration and planning had been the largest points at Gor Mahia. This stuff need to go hand in hand as a result of if, for instance, you’ve got cash and don’t plan properly, you’ll not have success. It should even be top notch, have to be skilled and guided by the will for achievement.
“Honesty and transparency must also be current, as a result of with out these virtues the whole lot might be negatively influenced. These are the issues Gor Mahia should examine and proper the place they could have been incorrect.
“If you may get all this stuff proper, in fact you have not carried out the appropriate factor previously few seasons, then I am positive you’ll be profitable.”
Gor Mahia will be a part of the Confederation Cup with one other head coach after Manuel Vaz Pinto, who joined CD Nacional’s technical workforce, was eradicated in July.
Final season, Ok’Ogalo needed to appoint a supervisor-coach, Sammy Omollo, after Roberto Gonzalez was disqualified from directing a continental recreation over questions on his papers.
The Premier League file winners are additionally anticipated to bolster the spots and, specifically, occupy the spots left by Kenneth Muguna and Wilson Silva. Muguna moved to Tanzania’s Azam FC whereas Silva returned to his native Brazil.