Reports suggest that Gor Mahia players and technical staff who had boycotted training for a week, are back in training. The boycott started with coach Ze Maria not showing up for training last Tuesday, while citing non-conducive environment. Luckily for fans, the action tool place on a week where there were no KPL matches.
Additional reporting from futaa.com
Gor Mahia players are back in training after staging a go slow that lasted almost one and a half weeks owing to unpaid allowances by the club management.
K’ogalo was forced to scrap off a friendly match against Liberty Professionals during the international break that was set to be played on Saturday 25 March 2017 at Camp Toyoyo.
However, things look to have gone back to normal after the players turned out training sessions on Monday 27 March and also turned out for the training sessions on Tuesday. It is believed that the players have come to an agreement and their arrears will be paid by the end of the week.
The former and 15-time Kenyan Premier League champions who have already won the first two league matches will visit Western Stima in their next League clash