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3 Mar 18

On Saturday March 3 2018, Gor Mahia played against Bandari. These are the two teams that Ben Oloo Breakdance played for. It was as if fate arranged this match as a remembrance for the former Kogalo and Bandari winger 5 days after he passed on. Let us remember the life of this wonderfully gifted winger.

In Sudan in for the 1985 CECAFA Cup. It was his first tournament and Breakdance played almost all the games as Kogalo lifted the trophy in memorable style.

 

With club legend Abbas Magongo

In action against Hakati FC in 1985

 

On this day in 1986, Breakdance scored a hat trick against Transcom FC of Nakuru

 

In the front row with blue jacket. Breakdance with other Kogalo players in Sudan in 1985

 

With Kogalo players Peter Ochieng Pierre and John Okello Zangi aka Zing Zang

 

During a call up to Harambee Stars in 1986. Breakdance is in the front row , 3rd from left

 

In 1987, Gor Mahia had two lethal left wingers in Sammy Onyango and Ben Oloo

 

During the tour of Denmark in 1988 with George Otieno Solo and Tom Gundo

 

With Hezborn Omollo in Benin 1987 after playing Dragons L’Oueme

 

Standing next to Peter Otieno in Benin in 1987

 

Second from right prior to a continental match. Also in this pic from right: Bassanga, Breakdance, Hezborn Omollo, Pierre, Zamalek, Fundi, Solo, Dawo, Mwidau, Nyangi, Ocholla, Maira, Janabi,Ndolo

 

In London in 1988 with other Kogalo players Joseph Owino, Jeffer Mwidau, Dan Miswa and others

Ben Oloo seen hear leaping on Peter Dawo after the latter scored the winning goal against Mukura Victory of Rwanda in the 1988 Africa Cup winners cup. Others in this pic are Fundi, Makamu and Zangi

 

Prior to joining Kogalo, a young Ben Oloo

 

Meeting the legendary England player John Barnes in South Africa

 

At home in Karungu, Migori county

 

With his father in Karungu in 2016

 

Wazee wa Kazi match with Makamu and Fundi

 

Wazee wa Kazi match in 2013 with George Onyango Fundi

 

At home in Karungu in 2015

 

Ben Oloo was Guest of honor

 

With former Ingwe players Peter Lichungu and Mike Amwayi who were his rivals during their playing days.

 

In Mombasa with Austin Oduor and former national team coach Mohamed Kheri

 

With former team-mates Austin Oduor and David Ochieng in 2014

 

Playing with other veterans of Bandari FC and Cargo FC

 

Breakdance served as an official of Bandari FC in Various capacities for two decades

 

As a student at St Marys Yala in 1977

 

Young Ben Oloo on the left

 

RIP Breakdance. Let us not judge his decision to take his own life. Clinical depression is a debilitating illness whereby the brain produces chemicals that make a person constantly depressed. It can get to the point where a person cannot take it anymore.


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21 Feb 18

Gor Mahia players spent their first two days in Malabo relaxing and getting familiar with the playing surface at the Nuevo Estadio de Malabo, where the return leg will be played.  Gor Mahia will have to do without striker Jacque Tuyisenge who has been ruled out after picking up an injury against Zoo Kericho.

Taking a 2-0 lead into the match, Kogalo should be taking no chances against this side. When playing at home and with help from referees, they are capable of springing a surprise. Back in 2014, Gor Mahia played US Bitam of Gabon and the referee blatantly tried to help the Gabonese side. Only the heroics of Jerim Onyango saved Kogalo.


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19 Feb 18

A traveling party of 20 Kogalo players has left of for Malabo, Equatorial Guinea via Addis Ababa. They are set to arrive in Malabo on Bioko island on Monday. The match will be played on February 21.

Images courtesy of Tony Anelka

 

Scorer: Kevin Omondi

 

 

Traveling Party

Boniface Oluoch, Shaban Odhoji, Fredrick Odhiambo, Wellington Ochieng, Charles Momanyi, Godfrey Walusimbi, Joash Onyango, Wesley Onguso, Joachim Oluoch, Harun Shakava, Francis Kahata, Kevin Omondi, Ernest Wendo, Lawrence Juma, Humphrey Mieno, Cercidy Lumumba, Philemon Otieno, Bernard Ondiek, George Odhiambo, Jacques Tuyisenge, Ephrem Guikan, Medie Kagere, Boniface Omondi, Samuel Onyango


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1 Feb 18

Tuyisenge cannot contain his happiness

 

Fullback Wellington Ochieng (right) with the trophy

 

Recovering right back Karim Nizigiyimana with Jaro Soja

 

Coach Kerr with the trophy

 

Fans get into it

 

The celebration in the dressing room

 

Team captains Duncan Otieno and Harun Shakava prior to the match

 

Unforrtunately some fans have not learned even after club fan Jakababa was involved in a fatal accident


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11 Jan 18

Images courtesy of Egerton University


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18 Nov 17

Gor Mahia were crowned 2017 Sportpesa Kenya Premier League Champions on Saturday in Kisumu. The last Match against Sony Sugar ended in a 2-2 draw with Rwandese marksman Meddie Kagere scoring both goals.

Gor Mahia have 74 points which is an incredible 22 points ahead of second placed Sofapaka. The match was attended by the club’s deputy Patron -Homa Bay governor Cyprian Awiti, Kisumu Governor, Peter Anyang Nyongo, senator Fred Outa and thousands of fans.

Gor Mahia players lift the trophy

 

 

Governors Awiti of Homa Bay and Nyongo of Kisumu

 

Players receive their medals

 

Kagere celebrates with Blackberry after scoring against SoNy

 

 

Image courtesy of Dave LastBorn

 

Image courtesy of Dave Lastborn

 

Jaro Soja

Image courtesy of Judith Nyangi

 

 


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13 Jul 17

Gor Mahia pose for a group photo before taking on Everton.
Image courtesy of Tony Anelka

 

Musa Mohamed stood out in defence with a number of timely interceptions

Muguna leaps over Rooney Image courtesy of Kenneth Muguna

 

Rooney scored with a 30 yard screamer as Shakava and Musa desperately tried to close him down

 

Wendo played with intensity before leaving with an injury. Walusimbi (left) and Muguna linked up well on the flanks

 

Coach Koeman trying to imitate Kagere’s moves.
Image courtesy of Tony Anelka

 

Gor Mahia train at the national stadium in Dar

 

Gor Mahia upon arrival at the Dar es Salaam aiport


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12 Jun 17

Everton legend and current TV pundit Graham Stuart seen here with Rachier. “It was great to make the trip over and be a special guest representative at the final.
The hospitality has been magnificent and you can sense that everyone is very excited about Everton coming over to play a match here next month.” he said

 

Everton legend Graham Stuart was impressed by Kogalo
“Gor Mahia played really well and cemented the win with three good goals,” said Stuart.
“They thoroughly deserved to be the winners of the SportPesa Super Cup
and can now look forward to playing us in July.

 

Coach Zico is congratulated by FKF chair Mwendwa

 

The team thanks the fans for getting behind them
Frederick Peter Odhiambo (jersey #16, had a solid game and could challenge Boniface Oluoch

 

Skipper Shakava celebrates with the team

Players and coaches greet the guests of honour

 

Tanzania’s assistant minister for Communication Antony Mavunde (right) hands over the trophy to Gor Mahia’s stand in captain Harun Shakava

 

Meddie Kagere won the golden boot award

 

Gor Mahia are ready for Everton on July 13 in Dar es Salaam “It’s an honour to play against Everton because its a big club in the world and I’m sure we will get exposure.
I’m looking to play against Lukaku because he is a top striker.
As a defender, he will be a good test against me,” field captain Harun Shakava said post-match.
“We are happy to have to made the final with our arch-rivals but we did not expect we would beat them so easily,” Shakava said.

 

Shakava tussles with Allan Katarega

 

Ze Maria returned to the bench for the last match

The players were happy to see the Brazilian tactician back

 

The AFC coach had to swallow his words

Kogalo fans turned out in droves

 

Sonko arranged for transportation of fans to Dar and even provided spending money

 

The Jangombe coach graciously admitted defeat

 

Celebrating the win over Ingwe.
Gor Mahia have now scored 8 goals against Ingwe in the last three matches and conceded none

 

Kenyan fans turned out in large numbers

 

Gor Mahia line up before playing Jangombe.
Gor Mahia were the only team to win matches in regulation, scoring 7 goals and conceding none

 

One of the revelations of this tournament was Philemon Otieno, who along with Oliver Maloba, made a strong case for more playing time

 


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24 May 17

Nairobi womens representative aspirant Esther Passaris, who is an avid football fan, visited Gor Mahia on Tuesday.

“It is liberating to spend time with our young footballers, and just have a good time” said Passaris in her social media pages

Sharpening her shooting skills

 

With TM Jolawi Obondo and assistant coach Zico

 

With head coach Ze Maria

With Trainer Sandro Fantoni

Team photo

All images courtesy of Esther Passaris


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17 Jan 17

The Kogalo foreign legion that was left behind finally joined the rest of the squad. The team held a training session on Monday from 8pm to 10 pm. The match against Al Hilal has been moved to Wednesday 18 January.

All images courtesy of Judith Nyangi

 

Kahata

Meddie Kagere

 

Sandro Fantoni

 

 

 

 

“Softie” Ndirangu

Judith Nyangi


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