Kenya’s Gor Mahia in the summit after five matches

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After missing the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Premier League title last season, Kenyan giant Gor Mahia is looking forward to bagging the 2021/2022 title.

The former champions are seriously working on what they failed to do last year that saw them finished in the eighth position.

Gor is deemed as a title contender this new season, given their stellar performance since the season kicks off in September.

In the first five games, Gor has won 4 and drawn one, driving them onto the top of the table.

The latter came after a barren draw with Ulinzi Stars in the mid-week fixture played on Wednesday at Thika Stadium, central Kenya.

The 19th time Kenyan champion kicks off their campaign with a 2-1 over KCB before edging out AFC Leopards 1-0.

On October 27, Gor alias Kogalo defeated Kariobangi Sharks 2-0 and three days later registered a 1-0 win over Sofapaka.

Poor last season’s performance was pegged on a financial crisis that forced many players to walk out of the club.

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