Top Five Stories From Saturday You Must Read Today

Nov 04 - by Mutwiri Mutuota for sportpesa news

Gor in Everton tour sets off in earnest as Arsenal force Liverpool to accept a 1-1 draw in the EPL

Gor Mahia FC players training at Everton FC's Finch Firm training ground in Liverpool on Saturday, November 3, 2018. PHOTO/SPN

  • Their first port of call on a busy day of their historic tour dubbed ‘Gor in Everton’ was to enjoy the pristine facilities of the Finch Farm modern training centre
  • Get to recap how the journey to Liverpool via London went down via the riveting account chronicled by our reporter in the UK, Louis Kalinga
  • To round off the collection of top five stories from Saturday on SportPesa News you must read today, find out who came on top in the clash of the titans at the Paris Masters

NAIROBI, Kenya- Gor Mahia FC were up and about in the United Kingdom on Saturday having landed to take on the might of Everton FC in a SportPesa Trophy clash on Tuesday.

Their first port of call on a busy day of their historic tour dubbed ‘Gor in Everton’ was to enjoy the pristine facilities of the Finch Farm modern training centre before later, the squad were guests of the Blues when they played Brighton where K’Ogalo got a taste of what to expect.

Oh yes, also get to recap how the journey to Liverpool via London went down via the riveting account chronicled by our reporter in the UK, Louis Kalinga, who travelled with majority of the squad from Nairobi on Friday.

Speaking of the English Premier League, Manchester United FC, Tottenham FC and Newcastle FC were among the winners but the big game of Saturday witnessed Arsenal come from behind to force a 1-1 draw against leaders Liverpool FC.

To round off the collection of top five stories from Saturday on SportPesa News you must read today, find out who came on top in the clash of the titans at the Paris Masters between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.

Everton Star Coleman: We Will Not Take Gor Lightly At Goodison

LIVERPOOL, United Kingdom- Everton FC stalwart, Seamus Coleman, has assured they will not take Kenyan visitors and champions, Gor Mahia FC lightly when they clash at Goodison Park on Tuesday night. K’Ogalo who wrapped their record-extending 17th domestic crown and the 2018 SportPesa Premier League (SPL) title with six games to spare, will lock horns with the nine-time English winners in a historic showdown in Liverpool. READ MORE

Gor Feel Finch Farm, Everton Medicals On Day One Of UK Tour

LIVERPOOL, United Kingdom- The cold winter breeze and the low temperatures made it hard to get out of bed but keep you alert once you’re up as the Gor Mahia FC players learnt early Saturday morning. A hearty breakfast was shared with lots of banter having reunited with their head coach Dylan Kerr, who had been in his native county for the past two weeks already, plenty of assumptions going round that he came on a spy mission. READ MORE

This Is How Gor Historic Flight To London Went Down

LONDON, United Kingdom- All of a sudden, all transmissions came to a halt as the captain in charge of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner long-haul twin-engine airliner took over the public address system to tell his passengers on board that in 15 minutes, they would be descending into London Heathrow, the airport hub of the United Kingdom. The past eight hours had been rather quiet with not much being discussed other than the occasional cry from a baby or the impromptu check from the cabin crew to ask if one needed a drink. READ MORE

Arsenal, Liverpool Share Spoils At Emirates

LONDON, United Kingdom - Alexandre Lacazette extended Arsenal's unbeaten run to 14 games and dealt a blow to Liverpool's quest to win the Premier League for the first time in nearly three decades by salvaging a 1-1 draw at the Emirates on Saturday. James Milner's opener just after the hour mark looked set to send Jurgen Klopp's men three points clear of champions Manchester City, who host Southampton on Sunday, at the top of the table. READ MORE

Djokovic Beats Federer To Sail Into Paris Masters Finals

PARIS, France - Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer in a thrilling semi-final at the Paris Masters on Saturday to extend his winning run to 22 matches ahead of his return to world number one next week. The Serb outlasted Federer in just over three hours to prevail 7-6 (8/6), 5-7, 7-6 (7/3). READ MORE