Gor Mahia leave for Equatorial Guinea

A traveling party of 20 Kogalo players has left of for Malabo, Equatorial Guinea via Addis Ababa. They are set to arrive in Malabo on Bioko island on Monday. The match will be played on February 21.

Images courtesy of Tony Anelka

 

Scorer: Kevin Omondi

 

 

Traveling Party

Boniface Oluoch, Shaban Odhoji, Fredrick Odhiambo, Wellington Ochieng, Charles Momanyi, Godfrey Walusimbi, Joash Onyango, Wesley Onguso, Joachim Oluoch, Harun Shakava, Francis Kahata, Kevin Omondi, Ernest Wendo, Lawrence Juma, Humphrey Mieno, Cercidy Lumumba, Philemon Otieno, Bernard Ondiek, George Odhiambo, Jacques Tuyisenge, Ephrem Guikan, Medie Kagere, Boniface Omondi, Samuel Onyango

21 thoughts on “Gor Mahia leave for Equatorial Guinea

    1. teddy sofaset branch entebbe

      Some few years ago when Kogalo was playing in West Africa , some Almighty Gor Mahia ” Insider” was giving fake updates purporting that as an insider , he was inside the stadium , all the updates turned out to be fake city hall way manufactured news , I pray ww get real updates this time , from the almighty insider or otherwise . . .Best of Luck to Kogalo

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  1. Jasego

    AFC travel to Madagascar with a 1-1 result from the first leg played in Kakamega last weekend and will need either a high scoring draw or an outright win to book themselves a ticket to the first round.

    A loss or either a 0-0 draw will see them exit while a 1-1 result will force the game to penalties.

    Mule who will accompany the team to Madagascar is however confident that the team can do well especially having had no KPL match over the weekend and having time to prepare for the tie adequately.

    The team will however be without Ghanaian forward Prince Arkoh who ruptured his anterior cruciate ligaments (ACL) in the first leg tie and is set to spend the next six months off while right back Dennis Sikhayi remains sidelined with a groin injuryy

    Dear jokogalo esp Oduor12 and Osiepa Musymo that never question the veracity of the due diligence we carry out at K’ogalo before signing our continental stalwarts.Look at sorry ingwe and their decade faded glory hearts of oak topscorer of 2010.Already one game down and old man is out for one year,no cruciate ligament of a 45 year old will heal in 6 months..Our Guikan is back to full fitness and at peak performance soon to be witnessed in the region

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    1. musymo

      Even Bekoe was top scorer 4 or 5 years ago and they still expect him to plunder goals. Gor has several systemic weaknesses but recruitment of players is not one of them. We always manage to get the best. The only thing we need to cure is the signing of players who never get to play, release them every six months, sign a different set who again never get to play, are then released and the cycle continues.

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      1. Oduor12

        @ Musymo those passengers, sorry players, are just but elaborate EC schemes to ensure the wage bill is bloated enough to cater for their monthly commissions. Gate collections and players’ transfer fees are never declared only for sycohants/ hirelings to claim that some almighty is bankrolling GMFC when the truth is that only a small portion of the annual stolen funds is what is being recycled back. TB & players keep on winning so that you get paid what belongs to you and EC repays back the club funds through harambees.LOVE IT WHEN GMFC WINS, ALL THE BEST, 2 MORE HARAMBEES TO GO!

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  2. Oswozo Moziek

    @musymo.. what do you suggest we do with the fringe players?I thought we sign the way we do so as to have depth?
    The fringe players will then opts to leave and the team again has to recruit to add to the squad.This cycle is very hard to break if you ask me coz we can only have a strong first 11..and a consistent one at that!!

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    1. Musymo

      @oswozo, I am only aking for example why we sign a Mike Simiyu, Antony Baggio, Samuel Okinda, Maqbul in January , release them in June, sign Sidney, Lokuwam in June release them in January and continue the cycle. If you have followed our transfer policy there are players we always sign knowing they cannot break into the first 11 then instead of giving them time to prove their worth we release them six months later to sign players of the same kind and release after a similar period. There are so many examples every transfer window.

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  3. Dan Original

    Just looking at the travelling party I feel that we should have carried the ‘fringe’ players instead of some of the officials. It’s good for their morale and also it’s part of the learning curve. Apart from the TB we didn’t need to carry so many of the EC members.

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  4. Jasego

    Frank Nuttall could be charged with fraud after Hearts of Oaks suspended him for unethical and unsporting behaviour.

    The Scott is alleged to have been part of a deal that saw important players of the Accra based side leave in unclear ways. it is said that the former Gor Mahia earned more than US$ 56,000 from the ‘illegal transfer of some players’, and this is according to a leaked findings of the investigation team seen by media outlets in Ghana.

    Collaborators

    According to a Graphic Sports publication, the committee’s findings linked the coach to the Scottish firm NM Football Consultancy, as collaborators for the transfer of players of Hearts.

    ”It’s a difference of understanding pertaining to the job. It is an error of judgement on my part for not informing the board and the administration [for which] I apologize to the committee and I plead that it should not cost me my job,” Nuttall is said to have pleaded to the investigating team.

    Nuttall joined the club last season and managed a third place finish in the Ghanaian Premier League. He bagged Ghana’s independence cup against arch rivals Asante Kotoko and finished runners-up in the domestic cup in the same season. After leaving the KPL giants, he joined Zamalaek of Egypt as an assistant coach.

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    1. Jasego

      Frank Nuttall could be charged with fraud after Hearts of Oaks suspended him for unethical and unsporting behaviour.

      The Scott is alleged to have been part of a deal that saw important players of the Accra based side leave in unclear ways. it is said that the former Gor Mahia earned more than US$ 56,000 from the ‘illegal transfer of some players’, and this is according to a leaked findings of the investigation team seen by media outlets in Ghana.

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  5. Jakoyo

    Hehehe, indeed, does it suprise you ? the politician aka frank nutall has resurfaced…indeed, you never trust a politician. I raised this issue but as usual some people think they know better .

    Perhaps it is high time we start a commission of inquiry into his activities at kogallo…remember the high profile transfers e.g abondo, olunga, aucho, Jausenge, Karim and the rwandese left back guy and the millions that were never paid etc etc etc

    This man is FC TIRANA technical director reincarnated.

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    1. Jasego

      According to a Graphic Sports publication, the committee’s findings linked the coach to the Scottish firm NM Football Consultancy, as collaborators for the transfer of players of Hearts.

      ”It’s a difference of understanding pertaining to the job. It is an error of judgement on my part for not informing the board and the administration [for which] I apologize to the committee and I plead that it should not cost me my job,” Nuttall is said to have pleaded to the investigating team.

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    2. Oduor12

      You complain about the spec in the great FN’s eye but ignore the logs in the almighty’s eye. We’ve had many transfer sagas before and after FN.Perhaps he picked up the habit while at GMFC but the key difference is at Hearts Of Oak their EC investigated and got to the bottom of the issue, hapa kwetu je? FK Tirana is making GM its academy because top our EC benefits from the transfer fiascos. Then when they recycle a tiny portion of the commissions disguised as harambee donations, we start singing oh so and so is “struggling” for the club. As we complain about who donated what and about FN, why not ask for Miguna’s transfer to be accounted for or be declared?

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  6. moses

    @Jasego you forget our jausenge being injury prone but whoever spotted the Ivorian is good because you can clearly see value for money.

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