Coach Frank Nuttall satisfied with results

Following Gor Mahia’s crucial and hard fought win over Mathare United, coach Frank Nuttall has expressed satisfaction with the way the team played. He has at the same time vowed that the team will keep their foot on the accelerator when they take on Sofapaka in an even more crucial encounter.

“We played well to stop United and are looking forward to a similar performance against Sofa”

When Nuttall first arrived, fans were skeptical given his lack of experience. But has brought an injection of new ideas that was badly needed. Though he started on a sour note with that loss to Simba, he has finally gotten his act in order. Under Nuttall, Gor Mahia have yet to lose a match but have recorded solid wins. Nuttall has also injected a dose of confidence in former KPL player of the year George Odhiambo “Blackberry”. As this column once theorized, Blackberry just needed a coach who could get into his psyche and boost his confidence. many strikers have very fragile psyches and can lose confidence.

Odhiambo was in fine form today and I am happy for him especially after he scored his second goal in a row. It gives him plenty of confidence and we need that at this time.” continued Nuttall.

Blackberry for his part appeared very excited at finding the net for the second match in a row, unlike last week when he barely celebrated, apparently unsure if he would be credited with the goal. And whereas Sserunkuma has of late been the beneficiary of precise assists from the likes of Musa Mohamed, Timothy Otieno and Blackberry, this time it was Sserunkuma who provided the inch perfect cross. This shows the team is in sync, once again again a credit to coach Nuttall.

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50 thoughts on “Coach Frank Nuttall satisfied with results

  1. Great Nuttal for the new philosophy you have injected into the team and we are happy that Blackberry is back. Keep it up.

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  2. NUTALL I remain ” realistic ” and will not be carried away by the impressive success rate of 67 percent …….played 6, draw 3 and win 3 . Beat sofapaka and deliver the title and we shall judge you as a great coach.

    Remember BW success rate for 2014 campaign is equally impressive at 68 percent…..played 20 , drawn 5 and won 12.

    Just like LOGA won the title in 2013 win a record success rate of over 70 percent , my brother NUTALL you have to beat sofapaka , nothing more, nothing less!!!!

    Have a ” realistic ” day bloggers.

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  3. So far so good.
    Good stats from Jakoyo.
    Apart from GM matches there are some interesting side shows e.g for the return leg btw the bush cat and the “sophisticated” cat. Wololo Ingo any more conspiracy theories.
    K’galo meanwhile continues to chart its own course.
    My Oh My what if we were financially stable?
    Gor Mahia fraternity needs to deeply reflect on this issue.
    Surely on hooliganism how so you console linesman Oduor who was severely injured for making the right call.
    Wario these are crimes arrest must be made.GOONS MUST BE JAILED

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  4. Congratulations Gor. You have now come very very close to retaining the league.

    Please be aware – if Gor beat Sofapaka this coming weekend, then the league is over and we are crowned Champions. I hope FKF is bringing the trophy to Machakos. We would have opened a seven points unassailable GAP

    It is true “Machakos is the place to be this Sunday”.

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  5. Linesman oduor……..yes linesman oduor, his name betrayed him and ooh my, they almost killed him yesterday !!!!

    Where is the kogallo CSR team , this man was seriously injured and is recuperating at Kenyatta hospital….all in the name of tribalism !!! What a society we live in .

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  6. The boys and the technical bench have shown their mettle this season.We have navigated a slalom course that was drought with dangers and sometimes actual pain.I know some purists on this blog may not agree with me but I won’t mind position two or even three.Some of the targets we set for the technical bench and the players are,sometimes ,not realistic.Some of us are purely poison writers.I am an employee and also an employer.It is ethically wrong to tell an employee that he amounts to nothing if “my targets”aren’t met.I could well be the problem.I respect Jakoyo’s comments.They are educative and sometimes well researched.I seek to throw raspberry at him and anyone who thinks that Frank and his team can only be legends,by Jakoyo’s,if they win the league. Comrades,I would be disappointed if we don’t win it but,bearing in mind the commitment these guys have exhibited,I will understand and moan with them.I will throw no brickbats.Kogalo EC,TB and Players-if you are reading this-I want you to know that you are true HEROES to Kigalo SUPPORTERS.Let the naysayers say all they care.

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  7. What baffles me is that in Gor we have never had issues with the ethnicity of the match officials.we do our job on the field. During the Bandari match we hsd a goal disallowed by O-something but we moved on. At ingwe the moment they see the names of the officials they immediately cry foul. Kwani is Ichingwa and Baraka the only one allowed to officiate their games?
    As @Jason puts it our fans as part of the CAR should visit the patient to empathise with him. That would send a serious message to all soccer lovers

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  8. Some media houses are confusing things by saying GM needs 6 points from the remaining 3 matches. I wish to correct them. Gor needs to beat Sofapaka on Sunday and the trophy will theirs. In fact FKF need to bring the trophy to Machakos on Sunday. Meanwhile, while Machakos has been a good place to go to and the parties are normally entertaining, I doubt if it is still the right place for this match. I suspect there is tragedy in waiting given the small size of that stadium and the expected attendance. Can they consider switching the match to Kasarani. What do you guys think.

    @Jakoyo, I have done a lot of search, one after the other and there is no where Logarucich won TPL 2013. Could you please send me the link or you are just a man living in denial. You seem to be humiliated by your statements day after day and I don’t know how you survive. Anything you say or think just turns the other way round. Now that you are on Nutall’s side, I am not sure things will be well. Why don’t you just switch against him and things will continue to be well?

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  9. Why are you bloggers being bothered by this mad jakoyo guy who is always negative,jakoyo i hope you will not hang yourself if we retain the trophy because i know you are really bitter about our current performance.please leave us alone we are tired of your sideshows..

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  10. NUTALL you are a great coach, i like your composure and your style of football, indeed i am optimistic that we are not gonna concede more goals in remaining fixtures. keep it up and know that you are better than the rest

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  11. Jakoyo is not mad, the guy is just having fun hence no need to bother or call him names. There is only 90minutes between us and the title and all we can, and in fact should do is to pray for the team.

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  12. @Jack Omollo are you implying that “REALISTICALLY” our comrade @Jakoyo is a hardcore “PESSIMIST”. Have an “OPTIMISTIC” day guys.

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  13. @ pmawego, if you think people are mad here is even more mad or is it madder statistics……

    LOGA 2012 success rate 61 percent …. played 11 , won 6, drawn 2 and lost 3. I cried the day we drew with thika at city stadium on the last day. Could 2014 repeat itself ?

    LOGA 2013 success rate 80 percent….played 23, won 16 , drawn 7. He literally won the title for kogallo in 2013. Any dispute ?

    LOGA went unbeaten in 27 games in all competitions during his tenure and LOGA went 24 games unbeaten in the kenyan premier league!!!!!!! In total LOGA coached 38 games and achieved a record even the legends Len Julian’s and jack Johnson would have applauded.

    now you tell me who is mad or is it pesssimistic or is it optimistic ???????

    Have a ” realistic ” day bloggers.

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  14. In any community, be it in the village or even family, you will certainly come across human beings who do not feel good when one prospers. They always say, “waling neno”, meaning lets wait and see with a prayer that you fail. Some of us in this blog belong there.
    I am only worried that we are retaining the TPL trophy, otherwise I am not worried for nothing.
    For God and my beloved club – Kogallo

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  15. @Jakoyo, I think our coach Frank Nuttal has done a good job. Looking at his football philosophy, style, team stamina, rediscovery of forms/positions (for example Blackberry, Kevin Oluoch, Pierre, Walusimbi etc) and finally picking of the under players to train with the first eleven team.

    These are facts that can’t be denied. Nuttal took this team after we lost Rama, Akumu, Wanyonyi, Ade etc and the results and systems of play is being seen.

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  16. @ Jakoyo. Forget the statistics, they mean nothing unless you win. Loga can go many matches unbeaten but he is not a winner if he does not deliver silverware. That is where Zico is!! 2013 title was delivered by someone else other than Loga. I can’t remember seeing Loga during the celebration party on the pitch, neither was he in the stands. 2014 will surely be delivered by someone other than BW.

    And on Sunday, we must beat Sofapaka to show we are true champions. This race must not be extended beyond Sunday. And to the businessmen, there is an opportunity to print “TPL 2014 Champions” t shirts of scuffs or anything and sell them as soon as we are 1-0 up!!

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  17. i dont see any pressure on us, to the contrary the pressure is on sofapaka, infact i am ready even for a defeat. the fact of the matter is that we are better placed than all. as for loga, thats water under the bridge, even if he had a 100% success rate, it is totally irrelevant, the guy is nutall and he is doing good, very good in-deed, the guy has turned around the team as a miracle and the ripple effects are there for all to see, ask kimanzi and efusi fans and you will know that he has thrown spanners into the works of matajiri wa soka kama tusker, sofapaka and efusi. LONG LIVE NUTALL!

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  18. I hear ati ooh, our best players left, ati ooh, Kevo, ati ooh Akumu, ati ooh Rama, ati ooh ooh ooh. Ati we are left with an average team. Ati Ooh, Tusker has the best squad, ati Ooh, Leopards has very good players. Kwani, is Kisito average? is Walusimbi average, is Jerry average? Is David Juma average? is Musa average, with all experience Oluoch has, is he average? is Calabar average? Honestly, is Kariuki, given a chance average? is Sserunkuma average? Can someone tell me why a mere fitness trainer plus a very average squad is one match away from winning the league. Sometimes people don’t appreciate what they have!! It’s like saying “my neighbour’s house looks better than mine” when you only need to reorganise yours!!

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  19. The events in the Sofapaka-AFC match should have resulted in some arrests. Blaming clubs for hooliganism haiwesmake. Bwana Rachier has been pleading with fans to behave. But he cant arrest them. AFC officials have tried. Wario can blame the clubs as usual. But unless government starts arresting goons, hooliganism will not end. Again blaming clubs is a waste of time. Just arrest those caught on camera.

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  20. @Joe Riaga i agree 100% .
    If at least 10 Hooligans caught on camera r pursued, arrested charged n given a minimum of 2yrs in jail then that can deter potential hooligans.
    A

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  21. This occurrence of yesterday should be a wake-up call to us. We are not immune to this actions. So let’s continue protecting our brand as we might land a lucrative sponsorship but all is dependent on our behaviour off the field

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  22. @pmawego,was that question?Well,my answer is “Sijui”Waulize magwiji wale.Labda wana jibu.Kwangu kidogo ni swala sugu.Sina jibu.

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  23. Okey,he may be a fitness trainer.The players may well have average the whole season and the EC bereft of ideas.However,there is something they got right.Something which above average and top class teams like Tusker,Sofa,Sony,Leopards and etal couldn’t get right.They have shown us that If we are committed to a course nothing can stand on our way.I still admire the work ethics of these guys.After making our weekends so enjoyable,some of them would troupe back to their houses not knowing where the next meal would come from.If this is no sacrifice…….then maybe I need some Sociology lessons.

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  24. As we continue to deliberate on this site, i want to appeal to our fans to avoid acts of hooliganism as witnessed on monday in a match pitting afc against sofapaka.
    The ” human wastes” of ingwee were at it again doing what they know best and they executed it as real ” human wastes” of this world.

    I thank gor fans blogging on this site for being vocal against this vice and for a long time we haven’t witnessed the ugly scenes of these “human wastes” at gor.
    I hope and pray that they nolonger exist in our midst.
    Blame game won’t work, fans should try to be responsible by making good use of the quality staff that exists between their ears to influence good and appropriate behaviour. THINK before you ACT

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  25. LAST HEARD – Saturday 18/10/2014
    WHERE – On this site conjuring how AFC and Sofapaka will sell and buy the game.
    NAME – Ingo
    WHEREABOUTS – Unknown
    IF SEEN – Tell him him that Sofapaka didn’t buy anything from AFC….?????

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  26. Last Heard – Saturday 18-10-2014

    Where – On this site conjuring how AFC and Sofa
    will buy and sell the game between themselves and deny Kogalo the trophy.

    Name – Ingo

    If Seen – Tell him that AFC didn’t have anything to sell so Sofapaka didn’t buy.

    Footballing Guide – You should know people Ingo.

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  27. Investment in a Sacco will reap benefits for both club and members.
    Some bloggers have wondered how members can get a return on their investment/contribution.
    Look at this whenever GM holds their home matches at CT stadium we are given a “breakdown” that the match raised kshs.600,000 but kshs.300,000 of it was “statutory deductions” and only kshs.300,000 was banked.
    The bulk of the statutory deductions is stadium hire fees.
    If 20,000/12,000 form a sacco and contribute kshs.300/500month that translates to kshs.6,000,000/month and a whooping kshs.72,000,000 per year.
    With such a base the club can construct a 18,000-20,000 stadium.
    Gor Mahia’s home games can easily raise a minimum of kshs.1.5million.
    If for every home game the sacco is paid “statutory dedcution” of 30% or 500,000 then for only the 15 TPL home games the sacco will have earned kshs.7,500,000.
    7,500,000/72,000,000 is a return of around 10% on this line alone.
    Of course the mashemeji derby and other high profile matches will raise much more than kshs.1.5m.
    Other team can hire GM’s modern stadium meaning more income for the sacco which can be shared with the club.
    So @ Dan. Original we just need to think outside the box.
    GM Sacco can work if the cartels release their iron grip on GM and now that the league is over we need to focus on strategies of making GM financially stable.

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  28. Mighty Kogalo and most exciting fellow fans, I think we’ve landed a gem in Frank Nuttal…I saw him give instructions to players during the little breaks, set pieces etc…he is a clever coach. It may be the start of a fantastic period of dominance for Kogalo if he stays with us for long. I see us re-introducing ourselves in the regional front as well, especially CECAFA. The way he has repositioned players, playing blackberry upfront, pushing walusimbi up the wing, bringing in hard working oluoch into left back even though he is right footed, leaves a mark of a genius in him
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    I can’t wait for the 3 points in Machakos, though I agree this match is too big for Machakos if you witnessed the attendance at tok komwanda on sunday.
    On another note, if we win against Sofa paka but Tusker is awarded 3points against Muhoroni or if Tusker wins the replay against Muhoroni then mathematically we need another point to be crowned champions.

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  29. i think the media etal should be told in the clearest terms possible that kogalo was not involved in the fracas on monday, thus it should not be a matter of the big teams as everybody tends to put it, indeed efusi were not even playing playing kogalo and kogalo has not been involved in ugly scenes even during defeat for a long time, indeed we have come of age,to the contrary kogalo has single handed lifted the league to higher heights and the likes of efusi have been busy killing talents and football in kenya in the pretence of equal kogalo. BUT NOW THE VERDICT IS OUT, THE BOYS HAVE BEEN SEPARATED FROM THE MEN.

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  30. Benefit to club is an additional 20% of gate collections being banked by the club.
    The club apparently pays kshs.10,000 per training session but the sacco can charge the club say 3,000 per 2 sessions in day morning & afternoon thereby reducing the clubs training pitch hire bill from kshs.250,000 to Kshs.75,000 per month. A saving of kshs. 2.1million per year.
    Only 12,000 GM sacco members needed to stabilize the club.
    Thx Jakoyo

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  31. @ODUOR12, you are very spot on this SACCO matter. EC should pursue it without any further delay as this is the best way to change the club’s fortune and the future of our team. SACCO has the following merits and demerits of SACCOS:-

    Advantages of SACCOS
    1. Easy to form:
    The formation of a SACCO is very simple as compared to the formation of any other form of business organisations. Any ten adults can join together and form a SACCO. The procedure involves in the registration of a SACCO is very simple and easy.

    2. No obstruction for membership:
    Unless and otherwise specifically debarred, the membership of SACCO is open to everybody. Nobody is obstructed to join on the basis of religion, caste, creed, sex, colour etc. A person can become a member of a SACCO at any time he likes and can leave the SACCO if he does not like to continue as member. Based on one of the principles of co-operatives of voluntary and open membership.

    3. Limited liability:
    In most cases, the liabilities of the members of the SACCO is limited to the extent of capital contributed by them. Hence, they are relieved from the fear of attachment of their private property, in case of the SACCO suffers financial losses or goes bankrupt.

    4. Service motive:
    In Co-operative SACCOS members are provided with better good and services at reasonable prices. The SACCO also provides financial help to its members at concessional rates unlike mainstream banks. It assists in setting up production units and marketing of produce of small scale farmers.

    5. Democratic management:
    The SACCO is managed by the elected members from and among themselves. Every member has equal rights through its single vote but can take active part in’ the formulation of the policies of the SACCO. Thus all member are equally important for the SACCO. Derived from the principle of democratic member control.

    6. Stability and continuity/Perpetual succession.:
    A SACCO cannot be dissolved by the death, insolvency, lunacy, permanent incapability of its members. It has got separate legal existence from its members. New members may join and old members may quit the SACCO but the SACCO continues to function unless all members unanimously decided to dissolve the SACCO.

    7. Economic operations:
    The operations carried on by co-operatives SACCOS are economical due to the eliminations of middlemen. The services of middlemen maybe provided by the members of the SACCO at minimum cost or eliminated completely. The recurring and non-recurring expenses are minimized. Further, the economies of scale of production or procurement, automatically reduces the price of goods, thereby minimizes the selling price.

    8. Surplus shared by the members:
    The SACCO sells goods and services to its members on a nominal profit. In some cases, the SACCO sells goods and or services to outsiders. The profits are utilized in meeting the day-to-day administration and other costs of the SACCO. The procedure for distribution of profit/surplus is stated in the Co-operatives SACCOS Act Cap 490. Some portion of the surplus is distributed as dividends or interest on deposit and some kept as reserve (i.e. 20%).

    9. State patronage:
    Government provides special assistance to SACCOS to enable them achieve their objectives though currently through Finance Bill 2013, the government is introducing excise duty of 10%. Government also extends, or used to, many type of subsidies to SACCOS strengthening their financial stability and sustainable growth in future.
    Disadvantages of SACCOS:
    Despite the many advantages, SACCOS suffer from certain limitations or drawbacks. Some of these limitations are:

    1. Limited resources:
    SACCOS financial strength depend on the capital contributed by its members. The membership fee is limited so is the monthly contributions in case of Saccos as their members belong to the lower and middle class. Thus co-operatives initially are not suitable for the large scale businesses which require huge capital. Though this can be overcome by increasing membership with the downside of minimal returns to its members.

    2. Inefficient management:
    A SACCO is managed by the members only. They may not possess any managerial and special skills. This is considered as major drawback of this sector.

    3. Lack of secrecy:
    SACCOS do not maintain secrecy in their businesses because the affairs of the SACCOS are openly discussed in meetings. But secrecy is very important for the success of a business organisation. This paved the way for competitors to compete in more effective ways.

    4. Absence of motivation:
    The members may not feel enthusiastic because the law governing the co-operatives puts some restriction on when to invest or decision making process which can be lethargic and bureaucratic.

    5. Disputes and differences:
    The management of the SACCO constitutes the various types of personnel from different social, economical and academic background. Many a times they strongly differs with one another on many important issues. This becomes detrimental to the interest of the SACCO as it may lead to delayed decisions. The different opinions and disputes may paralyses the effectiveness of the management.

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  32. WHO I AM? I am a co-operator at heart. I love co-operatives. I believe in co-operative ideals. I believe co-operatives are the answer to financial and marketing challenges currently facing Gor Mahia, local clubs and other developing worlds. If we can harness the potential of these business models, then we can help comabat poverty in a big way and take Gor Mahia to where it belongs.

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  33. Guys let us take it one game at a time. Let us avoid these roadside declarations of a victory at Machakos being a foregone conclusion. We need to win and we should win against Sofapaka. In fact Tunayo Kazi Moja Tu, Tunayo Kazi Moja na Kazi ni Kumpiga Sofapaka. However, we should approach that match with an open mind. We are saying that we will collect 3 points from Sofapaka as if we don’t realize that Sofapaka too are on form and indeed are scoring goals freely.

    @Jakoyo, Oduor12 has always been a think tank. Hats off to Oduor12 and Mwakio. These guys are simply economic geniuses. @Walter Alando Bwoga, it has been long. Good to have your company once again.

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  34. Ooh Laa la…!!@Ingo read below what is currently trending in FB and advise you fans accordingly. AND I QUOTE

    “Please help me tell this guys………………………………
    …………………………………………Miluhyia please teargas ikiisha, rudini stadium mpange mawe zetu vile mlizipata. We can’t rent you our stadium for one day, then mnapangua everything. Hizo mawe za stadium zinakuanga zimepangwa na protocol. Kuna ya ref, linesman na 4th official. Apana ingia kwa nyumba ya mtu alafu unarusha vitu carelessly. Uliza wenyewe kwanza senji. Next time mkuje na mawe zenyu blarry-mugombero”

    …………END OF QUOTE.

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  35. @OGANGO TRAILER, very hilarious and I hope you are not encouraging our fans to start hooliganism. Let us all campaign against this bad behaviour. We must start looking at ways of bringing fans to stadiums and to register in large numbers for the SACCO.

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  36. The Importance Gor Mahia SACCO

    SACCO will create the opportunity for our fans to take responsibility for their own financial organization. The democratic process is an integral part of the SACCO and encourages people to take control of their own financial affairs.

    Among the many advantages of SACCOs are:
    1. Savings are mobilised locally and returned to members in the form of loans. The ideal model invests 80% of mobilised savings to members in the form of loans. The money stays and works within the members.
    2. SACCO interest rates on both savings and loans are generally better than rates given by banks and the reason for this is that SACCOs have very low overheads as compared to banks who pay low interest on savings but charge a lot of interest to cover their overheads.
    3. SACCOs encourage members to save, essential for economic empowerment.
    4. SACCOs educate their members on financial matters by teaching prudent handling of money, how to keep track of finances, how to budget and why to keep away from hire purchases and loan sharks.
    5. SACCOs pay dividends on shares to their members once the SACCO is established and profitable. Members therefore take pride in owning their own SACCO.
    6. SACCOs do not raise equity from outside interests. All money lent to members is money mobilised by members. Because it’s members funds, members are committed to paying back their loans.
    7. Loans are insured. Upon the death of a member the estate will not have to repay any loans outstanding to the SACCO.
    8. SACCOs perform a critical and unique function as financial intermediaries. They mobilize significant volumes of personal savings and channel them into small loans for productive and provident purposes at the community level.
    9. SACCOs are members of KUSCO who is also a direct affiliate to the World Council of Credit Unions.

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  37. @ APOSTLE MWAKIO P thanks for the very educative and informative analysis of the SACCO. Kudos to ODUOR12 for his untiring agitation for SACCO as alternative means of moving K’Ogalo to the next level. As per the @Bandit advise i will pause until the TPL title job is done and there after join the “SACCO BAND-WAGON” campaign.

    @APOSTLE MWAKIO hooliganism belongs to the “OTHER” team and it has no place in the modern Gor mahia society.As matter of fact the last time i read about hooliganism debate on this site was last year and to be precise it was about one KASAYA. This clearly demonstrate that COLLECTIVELY we have won against this uncouth and barbaric behavior.

    Nowadays our debates resonates around GM-SACCO ,PAYBILL NUMBER ACCOUNTABILITY,HARAMBEE’S SAGA,REALIST,PESSIMIST ,OPTIMIST
    and the last one i read from @Kosero is about MADDNESS in this site.

    Have an “OPTIMISTIC DAY” day our APOSTLE despite all the REALITY from @JAKOYO that the jinx of 2012 against THIKA is still fresh. I hope @JABILO is well prepared with JO-NDHIWA to deal with the eventuality.

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  38. Nooo, no@ Owenga wuod Nyasakwa. Let us agree that there will be no chaos no matter what.
    The laeque is almost coming to an end and we should not give anybody reason to deduct our points.

    Our points must not be docked in the name of chaos. We all know that gor is a wanted club, reason why we should all avoid hooliganism.

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  39. These copy paste articles don’t mean anything to me unless you tell me how this sacco stuff will work out. I joined a sacco in my work place because I was told I can use it to save money and at the same time borrow at very low interest rates. It is the same thinking when people especially women start chamas. I did not join the sacco so that I can use my savings to pay someone’s salary or allowances or build a school that will help the community. Can we stop dreaming and suggest stuff that can work out. Stop thinking like socialists. We are capitalists (and that is the reality) therefore I should be hearing of how to start a Gor Mahia Plc or Ltd or Inc, with fans as shareholders. This GM Company will be in the business of generating revenues from gate collections, sponsors, merchandises etc and sorting out player welfare then paying dividends at the end of the day. So, when I put my money, I expect it to generate more while at the same time ensuring players are well taken care of and there is money in my pocket as dividends. I am talking about Man Utd, Arsenals, Liverpools etc. Even Chelsea has abandoned the philanthropy type of business (under Abramovic) as you are suggesting above by chatting a different route. PSG will soon follow suit and you have started seeing them firing the high end earners. Angi Makachkala tried the same in Russia a few years ago and abandoned it almost immediately. Guys, socialists way of doing things is short term because it lacks clear objectives and path.

    Can someone shout to me how my savings in a sacco will move Gor Mahia forward???? As a business analyst and from a strategist point of view, the sacco stuff is a route shorter and if you want to know, think of how long TP Mazembe will last the moment the bank roller exits!!! Enyimba in Nigeria lasted as long as the Governor of Rivers state was in power. THIS IS WHAT I CALL SOCIALISM

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  40. Why should someone think of anything but peace? We have to show that we have matured and left those uncouth behaviours to shemeji. What has brought us this far is the our coolness despite all adversaries.
    Let’s also know that ‘mwenzako akinyolewa nawe tia chako maji’. in other words the things happening in the Den can easily happen to us

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  41. These copy paste articles don’t mean anything to me unless you tell me how this sacco stuff will work out. I joined a sacco in my work place because I was told I can use it to save money and at the same time borrow at very low interest rates. It is the same thinking when people especially women start chamas. I did not join the sacco so that I can use my savings to pay someone’s salary or allowances or build a school that will help the community. Can we stop dreaming and suggest stuff that can work out. Stop thinking like socialists. We are capitalists (and that is the reality) therefore I should be hearing of how to start a Gor Mahia Plc or Ltd or Inc, with fans as shareholders. This GM Company will be in the business of generating revenues from gate collections, sponsors, merchandises etc and sorting out player welfare then paying dividends at the end of the day. So, when I put my money, I expect it to generate more while at the same time ensuring players are well taken care of and there is money in my pocket as dividends. I am talking about Man Utd, Arsenals, Liverpools etc. Even Chelsea has abandoned the philanthropy type of business (under Abramovic) as you are suggesting above by chatting a different route. PSG will soon follow suit and you have started seeing them firing the high end earners. Angi Makachkala tried the same in Russia a few years ago and abandoned it almost immediately. Guys, socialists way of doing things is short term because it lacks clear objectives and path.

    Can someone shout to me how my savings in a sacco will move Gor Mahia forward???? As a business analyst and from a strategist point of view, the sacco stuff is a route shorter and if you want to know, think of how long TP Mazembe will last the moment the bank roller exits!!! Enyimba in Nigeria lasted as long as the Governor of Rivers state was in power. THIS IS WHAT I CALL SOCIALISM..

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  42. Thx for the encouraging comments which are also quite humbling.
    I remain optimistic that GM Sacco will become a reality in the not so distant future.

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  43. Thanks Frank for the good job. in fact you have started thinking ahead of next season.
    If sserre leaves then you have rediscovered Berry’s form. our under 19 is also doing well. Gor is ahead and I don’t see waluya reaching us just the way chairman told them to forget the league so long as he is still in office. so he ment it.
    Thanks bloggers warom Masaku kaka saa dhii.

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