Gor Mahia head coach Bobby Williamson has set his sights on winning more titles with the glamour club in the 2014 season.
The Scot, who helped Uganda Cranes bag four regional Senior Challenge titles, also
said he is happy at K’Ogalo and he looks forward to laying the foundation for success with his boys.
“I’m here (at Gor) because I want to be here and the club also wants me to be here. I have a job to do and I am clearly focused on it,” said the former West Bromwich Albion coach who recently extended his contract at Gor by three years.
The new contact deal will keep Williamson at Gor until June 2017 and he believes the period offers him a real chance to achieve his goals at the club. The team is currently training on technical aspects in Nairobi after a one-week high altitude training in Loitoktok which concentrated on fitness, endurance and bonding sessions.
Gor have been active in the transfer market, recruiting up to ten players, among them the returning George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo and Rama Salim. And Williamson believes competition for places is good for the team.
“Competition is always good for a team. To me it’s a plus. The boys just have to work hard and prove themselves.”