GOAL 24 FEB 2020
The British coach states the players must give their best to stand a better chance of successfully defending their top tier crown
Gor Mahia head coach Steven Polack believes his charges have to work hard to retain their Kenyan Premier League (KPL) title.
K’Ogalo are leading the table with 48 points from 21 games, the same number of matches as second-placed Kakamega Homeboyz who have four points fewer.
The 11-time champions Tusker are third with 42 points, meaning there’s all to play for in the title run-in.
“In life, there are no shortcuts, if you want something good you have to work hard for it,” Polack told Goal.