Courtesy of EA Standard
hile Gor officials insist coach Zradvko Logarusic is coming back to the club, the Croatian is looking elsewhere.
In a posting on his official website, the coach said he is available to take up a coaching role elsewhere in a move that should force Gor to start thinking of life without him.
Logarusic has posted all his achievements in Kenya with Gor Mahia and as an individual together with his credentials.
Attached are also pictures of him receiving the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) coach of the year award.
When he left the country three weeks ago, Logarusic was categorical he did not have a deal with Gor and was open to a move elsewhere.
Bone of contention
The bone of contention was the high salary he was demanding, which Gor officials insisted was unreasonable but were willing to negotiate further.
Last week, Gor Secretary General George Bwana said they expect the coach back home on January 2 after his holiday.
Elsewhere, former Thika United coach Abdalla Juma is back in the KPL after signing for KCB.
Juma was formerly coach of division one side Bidco United. He is back on familiar territory after having handled Thika United for seven years previously.
He takes over from James Omondi who was sacked by the bankers due to poor performance.