A report in the Standard suggests that Gor Mahia who had been locked out of their training ground at Camp Toyoyo, have now been allowed back after coming to a settlement with the stadium management.
“The issue has been resolved. We have paid them some of the amount (we owe them), and have committed to settling the rest at a later date. I cant discuss the figures with you,” the club’s organizing secretary Judith Nyangi said to the Standard.
The fiasco left coach Dylan Kerr unhappy as he prepares to travel to Kisumu this weekend to play Nzoia. Judith Nyangi confirmed the match this weekend.
“I can also confirm that the team will leave for Kisumu on Saturday for the game against Nzoia. We will return on the same day,” she added.
Tickets for the Saturday match will go at Ksh 500 for the main stand and Ksh 200 for the terraces.
According to the Standard report Gor Mahia owe the Camp Toyoyo management some Sh500,000 accrued from using the facility for the past three months.
This once again brings to the fore the need for the club to get its own training ground.