Speaking at the club’s training session at Camp Toyoyo, Gor Maha coach Dylan Kerr says he is content with the performance of the new signings:
“So far so good for us, the new players ar slowly adapting to our style of play and I am optimistic that by the time the league kicks-off they will be ready.” he told goal.com
Kerr is adamant that players who were in the starting line-up in 2017, should not automatically assume that they will be maintain their positions in 2018.
“No one is guaranteed a position in this team, all must prove that they are worth it.” he continued.
Gor Mahia has parted ways with at least 12 players including stalwarts like Timothy Otieno who joined Tusker on free transfer, Musa Mohamed and Kenneth Muguna who are headed overseas as well as Oliver Maloba, Kenneth Mbugua, Jeconiah Uyoga and John Ndirangu.
Rachier pleads with Sportpesa
Meanwhile chairman Ambrose Rachier has stated that he met with Sportpesa officials to urge them to maintain their sponsorship.
“I have today (Thursday) held a meeting with SportPesa to plead with them not to withdraw their sponsorship at least to Gor Mahia, having regard to the forthcoming Caf Campions League campaign in February as well as the league duties,” he told the club’s site.
Gor Mahia have not received official notification from Sportpesa with regard to withdrawal of the sponsorship.