Gor Mahia head coach Jonathan McKinstry delivered his parting words after leading the team to clinch their 21st football Kenya federation premier league title.

In a decisive match on Sunday at the Sport Pesa Arena in Murang’a county, Gor secured a commanding 3-0 victory against Muhoroni youth.

McKinstry, is set to assume Gambia national team coaching role, shared his thoughts and emotions during this significant moment.

“I’m extremely pleased and proud of the boys. before the game, I told them to go out and put it all together. They were extremely excellent,” McKinstry said.

The outgoing coach, has been a key instrumental in Gor Mahia’s recent success. He also acknowledged the challenges and achievements of his tenure.

“Some people think that coaches are magicians but we are people. When I came in here, K’Ogalo was adrift at sea and the task was to get them back to number one,” he added.

Under McKinstry’s guidance. Gor Mahia has not only reclaimed their status as champions but has done so with an impressive margin, finishing 11 points clear from their closest competitors.

“Today we have set the standard as champions with 11 points clear of second place. I hope that as I leave, we put foundations in place to make sure that K’Ogalo goes forward not just in the next two years, but 10 years, and also make a mark on the international scene,” McKinstry noted.

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