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Williamson was scheduled to travel home to Scotland on Friday to visit his ailing mother but the sad news has been conveyed before his departure
Head coach Bobby Williamson has lost his mother back at home in Scotland.
Williamson was scheduled to travel home to Scotland on Friday (today), May 24, 2014, to visit his ailing mother but the sad news has been conveyed before his departure.
This has been confirmed by club Organizing Secretary David Kilo and Williamson will now leave for Scotland tomorrow – Saturday, May24, 2014, according to club website.
“We are saddened to relay news of the demise of our head coach Bobby Williamson’s mother back in Scotland. As a club we wish to express our heartfelt condolences to Bobby and his family and will keep them in our prayers during this tough moment.”
TM Ouna to take charge
K’Ogalo have assigned team manager Frank Ouna to take charge for Sunday’s KPL Top 8 match since head coach and his assistant will not be available
Kenya Premier League champions Gor Mahia have appointed Frank Ouma to handle the side when they face Tusker in a Kenyan Premier League Top 8 match at Kinoru Stadium, Meru on Sunday.
For the first time, Gor Mahia will play without head coach nor his assistant when they battle the brewers’ in the knock-out competition.
Head coach Bobby Williamson is expected to travel out of the country on Saturday to attend his mother’s burial while assistant John ‘Bobby’ Ogolla is still admitted in hospital.
Williamson got news his ailing mother had died on Friday and has to travel for the burial. Deputy Secretary Ronald Ngala has revealed to Goal that they will not ask for the match to be postponed.
“We understand what the rules are in regard to postponement of matches and it does not apply in this situation. We have appointed Frank Ouna to be in charge on Sunday as we wait for two coaches to come back.
“We are confident that Ouna will perform and give club desired result. We will support him as office and want to ask fans to rally behind him especially on Sunday against Tusker.”