By Buckley Fedha
Gor Mahia FC have warned GOTV Shield champions Bandari that they will be going for nothing short of victory, when the two clubs face off this Saturday in the sixth edition of the prestigious Super Cup at the Mbaraki ground in Mombasa City.
Kenya Premier League and Mahia Chairman Ambrose Rachier says they have prepared adequately for the match and are looking to retain the trophy they won last year.
Bandari captain Wilson Obungu however promised fireworks adding that they have recruited good players capable of pushing Gor Mahia to the wall.
For the first time the tournament will be played away from Nairobi and may, in future, be hosted in other towns in the country. Champions of the match will pocket 750, 000 shillings with the losers walking away with half a million shillings.
K’Ogalo won last season’s Super Cup after beating Sofapaka two goals to one in a tough encounter staged at the Nyayo national stadium in Nairobi.
Ali Hassan Abondo scored both goals for the champions while Innocent Wafula scored an own goal to give their opponent a smile.