courtesy of goal.com
Gor Mahia coach Bobby Williamson returned to the country on Friday after attending burial of his mother in native Scotland.
According to club website, the Scott landed safely at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport aboard a British Airways flight on Friday at 21:10pm and was received by club Secretary General Chris Omondi.
Williamson has been away on compassionate leave since Friday May 23, 2014 and missed Gor Mahia’s KPL Top 8 semi-final first leg match against Tusker last Sunday which K’Ogalo lost 1-0 at Meru County’s Kinoru Stadium.
He is however, very upbeat about the Top 8 return leg match scheduled for Wednesday June 4, 2014 and the upcoming ‘Mashemeji derby’ against rivals AFC Leopards.
“Coach Williamson is back and we thank the Almighty for guiding him and family through the past week. He is very positive about the upcoming Top 8 semi-final return leg match and the league derby”.
In his absence, Team Manager Frank Ouna was in-charge of the team assisted by Iddi Salim the goalkeeping coach. Ouna will however, still stand-in for assistant coach John Bobby Ogolla, who is still recovering from kidney illness.