Duo signs extensions

Courtesy of supersport.com

Kenyan international Kevin Omondi and his fellow Fisa Academy graduate Musa Mohammed have signed a one-year contract extension with Premier League giants Gor Mahia.

Confirming the new development to the club’s official website, senior vice chairman David Killo said that the duo had been targeted by KPL champions Tusker.

Despite the brewers’ interest, the pair have decided to extend their stay at K’ogalo with each one penning down a new one-year deal.

“Tusker had been following the two players but I am happy they have decided to stay at the club. This shows they have confidence in the club,” said Killo.

Omondi, who featured for Kenya in the recently concluded Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup in Uganda, has been a revelation at Gor Mahia – especially in the second leg of last season where he was the main architect of their goals.

Ade, as he’s popularly known, propelled K’Ogalo to the final of the FKF President’s Cup with a clinical finish during their 2-1 win over arch-rivals AFC Leopards in the semifinal at MISC-Kasarani.

Even though his teammate, Mohammed, has had less playing time this season, the defender was among the Kenya U23 team that played against Senegal and Guinea in build-up matches early in the year. Their contracts were due to expire at the end of this month.

11 thoughts on “Duo signs extensions

  1. joshu

    odhis, these players dont belong to us they belong to Fisa FC and are only on loan, what i wonder is how long is their contract with Fisa, maybe we should buy out their contractts and be done with this renewal thing

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  2. Barefoot Bandit

    A good move that should be capped with the signing of Tusker’s top scorer in 2012, Obadiah Ndege who is now a free agent after having been dropped by his team.

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  3. Walter Alando Bwoga

    Kevo and Musa are good players. Both need to be given more play-time next season to create a sense of belonging.

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  4. Barefoot Bandit

    Breaking news: Henry Michel quits. What a relief. I thank God for the early christmas. For him I say: he came, he chewed groundnuts and he quit.

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  5. jb

    one year too little does this gor so said office know that players are source of revenue too if kelvin was to leave for a bigger team what will we gain with one year contract ,on mitchell i support him it is high time kenyan football grows up the manager appointa assistants did he ask for nandwa just 10 steps forward 35 backwards

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  6. Jakoyo

    IT WAS A MATTER OF MATTER BEFORE MITCHEL PARTS WAYS WITH KFF/FKL/FKF. WHAT IS EQUALLY SHOCKING IS THAT MITCHEL ACTUALLY EXPECTED KFF/FKL/FKF TO PAY HIM A SALARY OF KSHS 3 MILLION PER MONTH…..WHAT ? THIS IS KENYA. WE CANNOT EVEN PAY OUR NATIONAL TEAM PLAYERS ON TIME…..

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  7. Nick Ssiso

    A good signing but what of the coach? Seriuosly we need to start early preparations for next seasons’ matches. What of players like Rama,Lavatsa and Sserenkuma?

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