We are heading in the right direction, says Gor Mahia coach Mark Harrison

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Gor Mahia head coach Mark Harrison has disclosed that the team still has a long way to go despite starting the 2021/2022 season with a win.

The former champions edged out KCB 2-1 in the new season opener on Saturday at Thika Sub-County Stadium, central Kenya.

“They haven’t yet met my expectations, but we’re on the right track.” I’ve discovered some dumb errors that we made, and we’ll address them before the next match,” Harrison said.

Benson Omalla scored a brace for the 19th time champions while Henry Ochieng pulled one for the last season’s runners-up.

Harrison also slammed the centre referee for poor officiating.

“Even a layperson could see that we were robbed of goal chances in the box. This isn’t even close to being equitable. “The referees should be up to the challenge and ensure that the game runs smoothly,” he said.

Gor is Kenya’s representative in the CAF Confederation Cup. They will lock horns with Al-Ahly of Sudan in the second round preliminary, with the winner cruising into the group stage.

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