David Owino “Calabar” has dismissed rumours that he has received offers from Sudan.
“Those are just things I am also learning from the internet. I am not aware of any deal from Sudan and as far as I am concerned I am still a Gor Mahia player bound by a contract.” he said to the club’s site
There have been rumours circulating that Calabar was bound for Sudanese giants El Merreikh. Calabar joined Kogalo in 2012 and has been one of the most consistent players not just at Gor Mahia but in the country. He has won the defender of the year title in 2013 and 2014 and has been a mainstay in the starting line up of Harambee stars during this period. Fans will be hoping that the club can keep him.
Fast rising Muhoroni youth forward Ezekiel Otuoma has expressed an interest in joining Gor Mahia.
It will be very happy to move to Gor, it is a big club with big ambitions, they have won back to back league titles and I also want to win the title. I hope both clubs reach an agreement so that I can join K’Ogalo, he said to futaa.com
The pacy Otuoma is one of the players Gor Mahia are seeking as a replacement for the departing Dan Sserunkuma.
Both Gor Mahia and AFC are pursuing Rwandese midfielder Charles Tibingana.
“It’s true I have had contacts from Gor and Ingwe but nothing yet has been reached,” Tibingana said. “However, I welcome any opportunity and would love to venture in Kenya too.” said Tibingana to Kawowo sports.
Tibingana made his national team debut in 2011 yet his listed age is 20. He previously played for Proline and Victoria University in Uganda.