By JAMES WAINDI
Logarusic, who joined Gor from Ghanaian side Asante Kotoko towards the end of last season, praised Gor, but urged the players and fans to be realistic and tackle urgent issues first.
"The players are giving their 100 percent, but that is still not enough for the team. We need to forget about chasing the title for now and think of how we can get out of the danger zone, that should be our first priority," said Logarusic.
Gor have had one of their worst starts to the season in two decades as they currently lie in an unfamiliar 12th spot with seven points from eight matches, twelve points behind arch rivals and league leaders AFC Leopards with the same number of matches played.
Logarusic praised the clubâs passionate fans and urged them to stick with side, noting that each team had its bad days and good days.
"I have just trained the team twice and I used this first league match to identify the strength and weaknesses of the team, which I have now noticed and I believe there is still room for improvement," said the Croat.
He added: "Gor is a big team and I am happy to be here, with the fans and players support, together we can go a long way."