Gor Mahia head coach Steven Polack has again hit at Kakamega Homeboyz chairman Cleopas Shimanyula after the KPL champions' 3-0 win.
Gor on Thursday collected all the three points after beating Kakamega Homeboyz even after Shimanyula had said his team was set to teach K'Ogalo a lesson.
Shimanyula had said Kakamega Homeboys could beat Gor from any ground, even when the match was to be played in heaven.
Gor coach Mr Polack has now suggested that they would have considered playing the game from heaven.
“Now after the game and the result, I am saying, maybe we should have played in heaven, maybe they should have beaten us,” Polack told Goal on Friday.
He also noted that football talking should happen in the field to see who is who in the talks after the final whistle.
“I didn’t answer him [Shimanyula] badly, what I am saying is this; I did say, I don’t disrespect the man, I don’t disrespect people I don’t know, that is not me, my opinion is my opinion. How can I disrespect a person if and I don’t know the person? All I said football is always played on the pitch and you saw what happened, we beat them because we did the talking on a football pitch and not on the media," Polack said.