A squad of 20 players left on Thursday for Uganda where Kogalo will play fast rising Ugandan side Onduparaka. The squad includes left back Geoffrey Walusimbi who has just returned from Gabon where he played for the Uganda Cranes.
It will be a tough test as the Arua based side are in the middle of the season and are in third place. Onduparaka for their part are excited to play Gor Mahia according to their social media pages.
“We are happy to announce our first ever international friendly game against Gor Mahia FC from Kenya. We are so honoured to host a team we have looked up to for a long time. Our admiration for Gor Mahia FC is not just because of their success on the pitch but also the massive following of the team that has kept the club growing from glory to glory over the years. We as a football club have followed Gor Mahia’s history for a very long time and we are intrigued with the team`s success and efforts. We can’t help but feel that we share history and traits in football, more so the level of support both teams enjoy is very impressive and good for football development” the club said. The match will played at Namboole Stadium on February 4th.?
The traveling squad is :
Boniface Oluoch, Karim Nizigimana, Musa Mohammed, Wellington Ochieng’, Joash Onyango, Mike Simiyu, Collins Okoth, Ernest Wendo, Philemon Otieno, Francis Kahata, Kenneth Muguna, Jekoniah Uyoga, Fredrick Odhiambo, Geoffrey Walusimbi, Oliver Maloba, John Ndirangu, Timothy Otieno, Jacques Tuyisenge, Jean Baptiste, Medie Kagere.