21 Mar 12

Gor Mahia appeared destined for yet another debilitating loss to a Rangers FC team that is straddling the line between existence and disbandment. But a late strike by substitute Baldwin Ngwa saved the day as the score ended 1-1.

Gor Mahia started well against a Rangers team that was determined to pull off an upset. Their forwards were active early and created a number of chances. But Wycliff Kasaya in the Kogalo goal was on hand to save the day. Gor Mahia for their part launched several raids. Dan Makori kept the Rangers defence busy throughout the first half.

When Rangers took the lead in the 46th minute, Kogalo fans could not help but feel a sense of deja vu. Yet again it appears the team was playing well only to concede a back breaking goal. A well taken finish in 75th minute by Baldwin Ngwa saved the day and savaged a point.Ngwa was a handful for the rangers defence throughout the rest of the game.

Bobby Ogolla was unhappy after the match and yet again re-iterated the need to sharpen the attack. The good news is that the team has scored a goal after a drought that lasted 6 games. Gor Mahia now have 5 points.


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65 Comments.

  • motema pembe says:

    Gor came from a goal down to snatch a draw from financial striken Rangers, this is even worst than we played eff c leobards last weekend. now we will face sony in Nakuru. I think we still have a long way to go

  • Kamau wa Njoroge says:

    Although this is not the result we were hoping for (A WIN !), it is much better than what we have been experiencing of late (0-3, 0-1, 0-1, 0-1, 0-2, 0-0).

    Building confidence takes time.

    I BELIEVE THE JINKS OF NOT BEING ABLE TO SCORE A GOAL HAS BEEN BROKEN – NOW LET THE FLOOD-GATES OF GOALS OPEN-UP !

    Go Gor !, Go Gor !!, Go Gor !!!

  • Eblazing says:

    Our striking options is limited.
    Midenyo is not fit, has put on too much weight. I believe Lavatsa is not fully fit. The mid field is running well like an oiled engine. This aspect where a player declares himself fit is not working well for this team. Okay, Leopards hacked our players and got injured but even before then, most of our players have been on treatment table. So is it they don have physical endurance or is it their diet or their training regime?

  • David Ochieng Wamuoso says:

    Gradual but sure improvement at least we can come from behind and score! Hope we have now exorcised the devils of not scoring! We continue from there!

  • Dan says:

    For some of us who attended the match looks like our defense options are limited. We have a strong midfield. Viera is really coming up well and looks like Gatuso is not being missed match. Lavatsa is sharp upfront though looks like he is still weary of his injury, which is normal. Ngwa hassles enough which gives the other strikers options. Now our strikers especially Mwalimu, Kip and Lucky Dube need to be adventurous. They seem to pass the ball when on a chance to score in order to absolve themselves from blame.For a striker a fifty fifty situation we need to attempt at goal otherwise you don’t score when u don’t attempt. They even fear taking on the defender on a one-on-one situation the way Kevin was doing to the shemejis’ defenders on Sunday. I noticed yesterday that GK Kasaya has the right attitude and energy levels and you could see him agitated by the players for not doing enough to win as well as on the ref when the other team feigns injury. Was even taking throw-ins when our defenders were still taking their team with the tean a goal down. That’s the type of player I would like to have as the captain.
    Otherwise now that we have exocised the ghost of not scoring we can start dream of a win over the weekend. Despite the low turnout yesterday the fans’ attitude was spot-on, cheering the team even when they were one down, instead of walking away when a defeat was imminent. The team was even cheered after the game instead of being jeered and that has a great effect on the players. I believe that’s a game we should have won though the defense was not at its best.
    Afraha here we come

  • Congrats boys. We move up the log to 13th.

    I still feel this is the time to hire a professional coach.It would be nice to let the new coach watch some matches before the three months are over to avoid starting all over again.

  • SIR JERRY says:

    though it a draw but am impressed by the fighting spirit and general commitment of the players given opportunity to play, let’s b patient and i have a strong feeling once the philosophy of JBO settles in the team,even the sky will not be THE limit,congrats boys and fellow soldiers,lets keep the dream alive,nakuru here we come!!!!GOD BLESS US ALL!!!!

  • Governor Awendo says:

    Well you will agree with me that Gor players were not in the pitch mentally. I also noticed that JBO was not himself last evening. I am told the players learnt about the match in the afternoon.
    My suggestion is as follows:
    1. Players must be ready all the times like any soldier who can be called even from his vacation.
    2. Stop underating some teams, every team in KPL is as strong as the rest and will fight tooth and nail.
    3. This may not be that easy but Gor players must now learn to score within the first 30 minutes. This gives them a morale.
    4. Never give up, a number of our players seems to give up and loose hope after we concede. We must be fighters to the last whistle.
    5. Last but not least, stop thinking about other teams move on!! Ignore bloggers and haters, let us not even respond to some of the people telling us about AFC, whoever wants to leave Gor is at liberty. After all in 2006 there were only 50 people supporting kogalo.

  • Jackowili says:

    What I am reading here is the right attitude guys. I am encouraged by Bob Obingo’s input about mother’s leaking hut in the preceding article. To the players and the tech bench: Jipeni moyo ndugu kwa kuwa haya ni mapito tu. Kwani ni kitu gani hakina mwisho?

  • nyaruanda calvince says:

    The most important fact the GM family needs to know but they have assumed for so long is the pride other teams have in winning against kogallo. Even if a team is 100 matches away from playing kogallo they start plotting on how to bring down the mighty team.
    Our players are good, they are intelligent,are fast and have good attitude.
    Our defense is jellying up, soon david and musa will be inpenetrable.Right and left back okay.
    Strikers need to learn how to stretch the opponent defense. This means they need to make runs off the penalty spot, try acute but powerful or cheeky loops. learn to attempt shoots in and out of box.

  • VINCENT OCAMPO says:

    I think the team is very positive we are coming up only some final touches soon we shall see the fruits.as per yesterday match,we had supporters of KOGALO fans were not there.SUPPORTERS are loyal to club know matter what happens.

  • arrumtiddi says:

    We didnt’ play so well in both halves,but this is very understandable.Coming out of a very energy sapping encounter and with only two days to rest,the fatigue was there for all to see.Also bearing in mind that it is only anguyo,makori and lavatsa who didnt’ play the sunday match,i thhnk thd bôys really did try to give their best.Though we didnt’ play well,atleast we scored and drew.Which is better than playing well and not scoring/loosing.
    We are not winning matches,we are not playing to our potential,we are yet to settle well and gell completely.But woe,and i repeat WOE! unto the teams that have not played us,coz our bad days are coming to an end,now that we have broken the jinx.
    Lets’ keep the faith and continue supporting sir bobby and our players.Yesterday twaz good to see fans applaud the players after the match just like in the previous games.Keep the spirit we are almost there!

  • Mc Ochan mar Piny says:

    Stop cheating and putting on brave faces. Why should you need a whole lot of time to make things work? Teams which change tech bench usually have zeal and post favourable results. Just talking about further improvement and even the likes of Rangers more troubled than us are better. Lets demand better performance from this team. Call a spade a spade! Those funny excuses that the team is playing better when only the midfield and keeper Kasaya can be discerned. This team just brings lots of heartache

  • OKOTH JABILO says:

    Rangers came into the match physiologically and mentally prepared after succeeding in their cat and mouse game with K’Ogalo regarding the status of the match until late in the afternoon when they confirmed to had settled the court ruling injunction .This is not fair and I do not blame our boys with their below par performance.

    KASAYA work hard on punching off ground level strikes. That is how Kagogo netted the second goal during our encounter withTUSKER. You did well when you punched off the long range free kick shot. All in all you are showing leadership , commitment and authoritative control for your defenders. If you put more efforts on your weaker areas then definitely the gloves are yours for take.

    JBO I think it is high time you get your assistance, You sat on the bench the whole of first one and TO could marshal the boys accordingly. The boys were just not there with Rangers running rings around them at will. We were lucky not to have been down 2-0 by halftime.
    JBO please play NGWA in the first half so that we can look for early goals he is energetic and a workaholic who will make defenders blunder to our advantage.
    Rangers goal was a wake up call and when JBO took charge from the touchline then I saw K’Ogalo playing their game as from then despite the time wasting and poor officiating until we equalized and just failed to get the killer punch to kill the game.

    JO-NDHIWA!!…Please I beg for your remote support now that we shall be playing against @Kosero team mates in the name of SoNy at AFRAHA and I hereby appeal to you to send the remaining,”NYAWA’S” of draws and winless results to GOT RAMOGI through YIMBO and sink them dip inside the fathoms of NAM LOLWE the way Obama dealt with Osama.

    JO-NDHIWA I thank you very much for shaking the net with Baldin Ngwa’s classical header and I believe it our opponents time to soak them from us. We have had enough agony on and off the pitch.

  • Otuol Otuol says:

    From where I was siting, the Green Army was underrating the team when they came to Nyayo Stadium. The team proved them wrong and this should be a point to Kogalo. Next time be very careful with small and teams experiencing some problems. Why does it take Kogalo so long to learn? Last season, Congo United and Bandary FC conceded goals like rainfall while playing other teams which was contrary to when they met Gor. Please let us learn. We are tired of teaching professional footballer yet most of us did not even get an opportunity to play for our Primary and secondary school teams.

  • Awa Midi'anga says:

    Gor Mahia Kogollo spirit will arise again

  • Otuol Otuol says:

    Ngwa is our Hero and we are very happy for what he has done for the team. thank you and may God bless you. I hope Lavatsa will catch up soon and this will be a perfect combination.

  • TUSONGE MBELE HATUA KWA HATUA

    Moja kwa moja. Hayo ni matokeo rasmi Kati ya Gor Mahia Na Rangers FC uliochezewa uga wa kitaifa wa Nyayo. Ni jambo la kutia moyo kuona vijana wetu wakitoka nyuma Na kusawazisha matokeo ya mechi hiyo.

    Bali na kunyoshea Kijana Ngwa kidole cha kongole kwa kazi njema Jana, wachezaji wengine wanastahili sifa kedekede kwa ukakamafu na ujasiri mkubwa. Tunastahili kuweka masaibu ya wiki Jana nyuma yetu Na kusonga mbele hatua kwa hatua. Lengo letu mwala huu ilikuwa ni kunyakua ubingwa wa ligi kuu mwaka huu. Bado hatujapoteza dira.

    Ninakubaliana na marafiki wangu wanaozidi kuhimiza wafuasi wa Gor Mahia kutulia tunapongoja uamuzi wa wasimamizi wa ligi kuu hapa nchini. Klabu ya AFC Leopards inastahili waipatie wakubwa kufanya uamuzi bila kusidikisha na masharti ambayo hayana msingi. Mwenyekiti Alex ole Magelo na kamati kuu wakome kutoa vitisho huku wakinuia kupaka tope klabu ya GM kwa wahisani Na washika dau wengine.

    La kutisha zaidi ni kimya kimya kuingi wa mwenyekiti wetu, Ambrose Rachier. Tangu rabsha zishuke pale Nyayo na ambayo inaaminika imeanzishwa Na wafuasi wa GM, viongozi wa klabu wameingia mitini. Ni uoga au mpango maksudi?

  • jakoyo says:

    4 GOALS IN 9 GAMES ,MANY WASTED PENALTIES, NUMEROUS MISSED CHANCES, NO CREATIVITY UPFRONT……..WE ARE STILL HOPELESS IN FRONT OF GOAL AND IT LOOKS LIKE THERE IS NO IMMEDIATE SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM OTHER THAN TOO MUCH BICKERING ABOUT INJURIES E.T.C ….I SUGGEST WE GET A HIGHLY TECHNICAL COACH WHO CAN CHANGE GOR MAHIA’S PLAYING FORMATION.

  • BARUA PEUPE KWA E-BLAZING

    Sasa.

    Sijui kama wewe ni mwanamume au mwanamke. Hata hivyo, wakati wa mwisho niliangalia, wewe ni kipusa na mfuasi wa Klabu kubwa Afrika Mashariki, K’Ogalo.
    Nachukua pia fursa hii kukualika rasmi kwenye tovuti hii inayotupatia nafasi ya kubadilishana maoni kuhusu klabu tunaoienzi.

    Ninakupa kongole kwa kuwa wewe ni mfuasi mwanamke wa pekee kwenye tofuti hii. Wapi wenzako? Wapi wale vipusa wote waonahudhuria mechi za Gor? Kwani hawana lakuchangia kwenye mdahalo hizi zote kuhusu klabu yetu? Mnajua nyinyi ndio mnarembesha mechi zetu kwa mbwembwe Na madaha yote munayoleta uwanjani? Ninaamini ya kwamba nyinyi ndio mumelta nusu ya mashabiki wa GM?

    We need you guys here!

  • OGANGO TRAILER says:

    @Jakoyo on post 17 shame on you ;Your comments lacks credibility since you had your predictions as GOR loosing 1-0 in your previous post even before kick off. Do you think guys who are blogging here have short and thick memory like yours. If you feel beaten even before playing tell us on what grounds are you posting your short-sighted suggestions in the name of professional tactician and playing formation.

    Take your frustration alone since we have already identified you as an object of pity and destruction. PLEASE GO READ THE BOOK OF ROMANS AND YOU WILL FIND SOLACE.

  • Jacala says:

    Ogango Trailer i agree with you. We need positive energy here. Bravo to the players and the technical bench. It would make no sense to try to climb two trees at the same time simply because one has two feet.

  • gerry says:

    Patience is what all the K’Ogalo fans shud be exercising right now b’coz the quality in the team is Super coz once the team earns its first win, thats it.. this season could yet turn to be one of the best ever season in recent years!

  • OKOTH JABILO says:

    @ Jackowili i thought this thing called Jakoyo was in the previous list of the “lost sheeps” that @arrumttidi recommended for spiritual guidance.

    @ Jakoyo before i take over your case furnish it to the “REAL OWNERS OF THIS CLUB” can you declare your gender and marital status please. Because as per your name you are definitely suffering from some kind of stress related malfunctions and if that is case then please consult wider and get spiritual nourishment from @jackowili.

    @Jakoyo did the “GREEN-ADIDAS” army damage your car last weekend during ou derby with AFC? If so the you have all the reason to be bitter just like @ Kosero who is also victimized through blackout of supersport on GM matches. @ Kosero even if you regret being the disciple of K’Ogalo together with the “ADIDAS”group just soldier on; cause at your age you can ask for a re-birth and in fact it is people like who give birth to the future “ADIDAS” that will take K’Ogalo the next level of hooliganism. “IS NOT PRIEST WHO FATHER MOST CROOKS”

  • Jackowili says:

    @Jakoyo please read Romans 3. Do it my brother (or sister?). If you have done so then go through it again then meditate upon that message. After that I will ask you to repeat a prayer after me as we call upon Ratego kalagwena wuod Mariam rembe go bo-bo bo-bo to wash you with his powerful blood and deliver you from the spirit of fear and doubt.

    The state Gor Mahia is in now does not require the timid nor the doubtful. How do you reconcile your sentiments in post 17 with the results you posted in the preceding article?

  • Arthur okello says:

    Its good improvement even though we didn’t carry the day.The team seems to pick up from where they left,if not for injury, kevin omondi should never miss in coach line up.Ngwa is a fighter.Iwoder why owino didnt pair musa in defence,akumu is good in midfield than aguyo cos he is very creative.kudos kogallo. Nakuru just near and we shall come

  • zangi says:

    NAKURU NUNASIJA, ISIYEKUWA NA JIWE ALEKEE MWANA

  • Odhiambo P. Owuor says:

    @Ogango Trailer post 19.I beg to differ with you in regard to Mr Jakoyo’s post. The 0-1 prediction by Jakoyo in favour of Rangers did not mean that it was going to be the score line! What Jakoyo meant here was that considering the current form of Kogalo vis a vis how they have been playing,the chances of winning against Ranges were almost non existent! We must be brave enough and admit that we are playing badlly-no coordinatio!,no creativity! No urgency, infact no nothing! If the interim technical bench cannot make urgent improvements,then we are headed for relegation if am not far from the truth.Look at the shame we are getting from hooligans masquandering as fans! We have to be objective and not subjective if we want the club to gain it’s lost glory.

  • arrumtiddi says:

    This @jakoyo,man is turning out to be a nuisance and a desperate attention seeker,whose stock in trade is ill mannerism towards bloggers in and gor mahia in general.A close look at this mans/womans’ posts,reveal a sustained,systematic and consistent pattern of ill intentions towards gor mahia.
    Isnt’ this the same person,who shamelessly predicted that gor will be beaten 4-0 by afc when everybody else was sending messages of goodwill,motivating and praying for the team just before the derby?Didnt’the scorline not shame you?
    Isnt’ this the same person who dared reffer to JBO’s comments as ‘childish’,after the derby.Please be informed that JBO is a LEGEND and a respected name in this industry,and not a self serving,egosentric and a LOOSER like you.
    Isnt’ this the same person who predicted that we were going to loose yesterday againts rangers?
    @jakoyo,its still too early,please crawl slowly and go back to the stinking hole you came from,before we hand you over to the dreaded ‘discipline committe’ which is headed by non other than Okoth Jabilo,ably assisted by one Ogango Trailer.

  • jakoyo says:

    OGANGO TRAILER , ARRUMTIDDI,………..I HAVE BEEN WATCHING GOR MAHIA FROM AS WAY BACK AS 1979. IT PAINS JUST LIKE ALL THE BLOGGERS TO SEE THE CLUB WALLOWING IN PITY AND VERY LITTLE IS BEING DONE TO TURN IT AROUND. I PREDICTED A 1-0 LOSS TO TUSKER, I GOT IT, PREDICTED A 2-0 LOSS TO AFC , NEVER GOT IT BUT MAY BE IT WAS COMING IF THE GAME WAS NOT SUSPENDED….I PREDICTED A 1-0 LOSS TO RANGERS AND ALMOST GOT IT, IF BALDWIN NGWA HAD NOT COME IN , WE WERE DESTINED FOR A LOSS !!!! NOW BLOGGERS THINK ,THINK AND THINK REALLY HARD BEFORE WE RESORT TO WHAT I CALL ‘GROUP THINK’ OR GREEN ARMY MASS HYPNOTIZATION…..WITH THE PRESENT FORM GOR MAHIA IS IN, ARE WE REALLY BEING OBJECTIVE OR SUBJECTIVE? FOOD FOR THOUGHT ! ODHIAMBO P. OWUOR @28 IS THE REAL VOICE OF REASON !!!!!!!!!!!

  • motema pembe says:

    @Jakoyo you are so right i have been watching Gor since the 80s when Gor was Gor, the team sucks big time. we are not playing well at all,that draw we had with Afc and Rangers was just luck.

    Bloggers stop attacting jakoyo he has a right to express his views just like all of you other bloggers. what jakoyo is doing is calling a spade a spade.

  • Mc Ochan mar Piny says:

    Jakoyo, Motema, Owuor and a few others who can stand upto the likes of Ogango and armt… Thank you. Lets show these people the way. This team is not upto scratch. Lets tell them the truths. What they WRITE here is what George Bwana is reading at the press conferences. Mass psychology. Bure kabisa! Read my post @ 13.

  • Jackowili says:

    Jakoyo is not calling a spade a spade. He is actually sulking!

    Why remind us day-in day-out about what we have all acknowledged? How does he help Gor through those negative predictions? My brother don’t wait to dry by the riverside where you had your birth. What you are being urged to do all along is pull in one direction with the rest.

    Pause for one minute and heed the fact that those boys in the playing unit also tour this blog. I shudder to imagine how they would feel were we to post the same like and your “voices of reason”. Wuod minwa, on many occasions Ogwang’ fans stray into this blog and hurl insults at us (you and I) without any discrimination. I only wish they could be specifying who is targeted and who is not!

    The pangs of famine never bite so hard if people go through it together. Why do you want to starve in isolation? I’d not mind if you would be sealing your negative comments with a practical suggestion of how to get about this cul-de-sac.

    May the peace of God be with you.

  • geoffrey okone says:

    bobby to keep up the team is not bad, except the striking power is much more needed.

  • OT says:

    My honest assesment of yesterday’s game: not all players are pulling their weight to help the team get back to the top. Too many of the players appear content to just be in the field and are not too bothered whether the team wins or loses. In my opinion, the midfield is good. They are fighters and do not give up. The striking force is useless. Even that kid Lavatsa is highly overrated. Ngwa is a fighter and did a good job when he came in. Odhiambo is good too. I hope they find someone else to partner with them. Makori wastes too many balls. The defence is still in the doldrums. Maybe is was due to the absence of Moses Owino. Musa Mohamed is fine, but I honestly find the protection of the flanks by Nasio and Wekesa wanting. We always get harrassed from the flanks and too many crosses find their way into the goal area. I like Kasaya’s urgency. If it waasn’t for him, the team would have just gone to sleep after conceding the goal and we would be talking of another loss to Rangers.

    I wonder what kind of players we recruited during the trransfer window. Rangers players have not been paid for the past 6 months but they played with more passion that some of our players. I wish our players had half the heart that the Rangers players had.

    I propose that in the next transfer window, we offload most of the players and bring in more serious people. We can retain a lean core team with: Kasaya, Musa Mohamed, Moses Owino, Chris Wekesa, Gattusso, Akumu, Rama, Kitawi, Dube Odhiambo, Kiplang’at, Ngwa and the give a chance to the Nigerian guy. The rest add no particular value to the team.

    Nevertheless, it was a better game this time, and it was great to finally see a goal scored by K’Ogalo.

  • motema pembe says:

    @ Mc Ochan post 13, you are so right.

  • Jackowili says:

    @ Jakoyo and the likes, it is not true that very little is being done to turn Gor Mahia around. Is there any other thing that could be done other than what we are seeing? For how long has Sir Bobby been with the team? He inherited a playing unit that he did not recruit. The transfer period is well gone. Is it possible to recruit afresh? What are the implications of hiring a coach as a crush program? Don’t you think we would end up with an antoine haye? Hiring a good coach is a process and I think it is underway.

    Do you remember the legendary Gor Mahia right fullback, one Jaffer Mwidau? That guy had a limb length discrepancy but he was accepted as he was without any discrimination and to-date Mwidau remains one of the best in that position for Gor. Had we reminded Mwidau at ever available opportunity that he has a physical disability would he have performed? Please tone down.

  • OGANGO TRAILER says:

    @ Jakoyo you predicted for TUSKER and you got it , Predicted for AFC and missed it by a whisker, Predicted for Rangers and NGWA spoiled your party which according to you is that we just fluke our equalizing goal. Can you go a head and predict for SoNy ?

    If you treasure those historic and glorious days down the memory lane in 70’s and 80’s ; have you ever ask yourself what lead to the slow and systematic decline of the club until recently when GOR MAHIA revival took sports fraternity by a storm and that why according to you we must harvest right away because of historic reference yet time and circumstances are worlds apart. It’s us fans ( me and you included) who build and at the same time destroy this club. You are looking for a quick fix solution without any meaningful strategy apart from demonizing the bench and players.

    When result will start coming then I hope your prediction and posting will be in tandem with
    mine but as of now i beg to differ. We chased ZD, AWONO, OUMA and JBO is yet to settle
    and here you are with some of us who even have no idea that two physical games in a row namely TUSKER and AFC respectively caused a lot of injuries and disorder in our playing unit. IF I WERE YOU I WILL JUST TAKE A SABBATICAL AND REFRESHEN.

    GOR Is for all of us and if you were in stadium yesterday , you will agree with me that immediately that GOR scored there was a hysterical feeling and a relief that went chilling into all individual present in the stadium. It was easier to utter your own words than shout GOAL!!! Be patient comrade Jakoyo and let us head to AFRAHA confident of a win

  • Agwa kassam says:

    I see passion and alot of sense in this blog. Some of us may have watched GM play decades ago but forget that at that time there was support! Not abuses, shouts and endless condemnation. Guys we have learnt that we’ve ever put pressure on our players handing them to opponents who play with ease. Having known this we are adopting an atmosphere of love,tolerance,protection and support. It is why i will never agree with ‘perfectionists’ with renewed vigour determined to bring down the team with name calling and elitist attitude.

  • OT says:

    Agwa Kassam, I agree with you. The best approach is to support he team as they strive to deliver. Putting pressure on the team as we have witnessed over the past year yields negative results.

  • Mc Ochan mar Piny says:

    All talk and all talk and nothing to show for it. From the simple website, Mpesa line, with bloated and overrated playing unit to non responsive Chairman to so predictable loud mouthed Sec. Gen with no ideas but playing to public gallery and extending it to the media. To highly charged issues of Tuzo sponsorship and gate collections. Its high time they call for a general meeting for all in a stadium and get addressed on all these issues if they cant do without provocation. Can only pick like 6 players who can and ably play for the club Gor Mahia. The other ones have cronies and just average and are happy to pick their allowances not minding about their careers. Arrrgh!! Whole issues stink and others are there to say how the team has improved. If you call that what will you call for a team like Rangers, Oserian, Muhoroni and the likes? Continue talking of team geling with these average players and you make so much noise you are called Gor nation and army. No one fears us anymore. Wake up, smell the coffee and take charge. Lynch me if you want by pointing facts about our beloved club.

  • Pundit says:

    @Jackowili…thanks for your prayers….let’s move forward and leave behind negative pple like JAKOYO!…
    @JAKOYO…you need to change urgently..you need redemption..change your bad ways and you’ll see light..po..po…po!

  • OKOTH JABILO says:

    WELCOME TO GORMAHIA.NET COMRADE JAKOYO! ARE YOU THERE?

    Below is an excerpt of what you posted on March 5, 2012 on the previous article when Gor Mahia lost to karuturi at OLD TRAFFORD ias per the records on this archives.

    And i Quote:

    #jakoyo posted on March 5, 2012:

    black coaches …..white coaches …………[ text deleted by admin] is superior to a black man are as good as Luis Suarez. football do not need minds like that ……..lets all kick racism out of football -FIFA !!!!

    End of Quote.

    @ Jakoyo it is only 17 days since you posted the above pasted comments and today on 22 march at post no:19 you have exactly retracted and swallowed your own words.

    Will i be judged to be using abusive language against you i can confidently confirm that you are actually the IDIOT himself. JUST SWALLOW OR VOMIT YOUR WORDS.

  • LET ME SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT CONCERNING THE ADIDDAS AND LEGEA JERSEY

    I wish to proudly declare that i still don my Jungle green adiddas jersey. Since I joined K’Ogalo afew years ago, i quickly fell in love with the green jersey for several reasons.

    First, i personally love nature. My living room, bedroom and almost everything about me is green. Secondly the green color is historically attached to K’Ogalo since it was established in 1968. Thirdly, like many other comrades I was stlll protesting against the dubious agreement entered into with Tuzo and Legea. These guys should not have beeen allowed to change the club colour in the first place. I am not about to change my jersey.

    Those of you who want to divide us along jersey lines are not cognisant of the levels of status in our club. Whether you are donning an adiddas or Legea jersey, we share a common denominator- we are all members of this great club. To bridge this social divide, the club officials should think of a more affordable brand but which must also satisfy the ego of our fans. In the meantime,i would like to urge those who continuing this jersey debate to exercise caution as this would easily sow seeds of discord among fans. I bet the next fight will come from the social classes.

  • OGANGO TRAILER says:

    @ 43 OKOTH JABILO i knew you will crack it. @ Jakoyo this blog has records and stop being KIGEU-GEU or WATERMELON.

    On this blog we deal with mentally handicapped cases one at a time. Jakoyo look for a bible and open the book of ROMANS CHAPTER 3.

    @ Jackowili urgent request for spiritual prayers for our prodigal son @ Jakoyo he will definitely see the light.

  • OGANGO TRAILER says:

    @42 JABILO your post just confirms that Jakoyo has s very short memory and lacks consistency in whatever position he stands for or is he engineering negative publicity to wreck havoc in K’Ogalo?. WAKATI HUU HATUTA BOMOA NYUMBA YA BABU.

  • arrumtiddi says:

    @jakoyo,motema pembe and your ilks.The fellows you see and read about here(ogango,jabilo,jackowili,dan,kosero etc),all of these people get upset when gor looses or even draws ‘easy games’.Some of us even sink to near depression.But what do you think will happen if everytime we loose/draw we go to the blogs and foul mouth players and members of the technical bench like some of you are doing?
    What message @jackowili are you sending to players (most of whom visit this blog;)when you predict that they are going to loose a crunch match 4-0?
    For a person who has supported gor since the glory days of George best yoga and maurice sonyi,what message are you sending to the young generation of gor fans whose memories can only go as far as frazier ocheng and patrick oyiengo,when you publicly lambast a gor legend,dismiss him as ‘childish’ and question his coaching credentials and capabilities after only 3games?
    What we are simply saying,is that gor is at its’ weakest point right now.Lets stand by it instead of admonishing it.Thats’ why you see fans applauding the team even after we have been beaten 2-0.Its’ called ‘standing with the team’.People lets stand with this team,no one else will stand by this team other than (u and i).Otherwise who will stand by this team if the very people we expect to stand by it,are the very people castigating the team!
    The time for giving JBO and his team a scorecard will come.If and when that time comes we will surely judge him,then.But realistically that time cant be now,(not after only 3games),Never!

  • motema pembe says:

    @44 no name calling just because someone has a difference opinion. jakoyo is a Gor fan just like me and you, and he is entitle to his view as he see it.

  • OKOTH JABILO says:

    @ Jakoyo i am not yet done with you. Are you there ?.

    Can you tell us who you are holding brief for? And why this double speak in a span of two weeks? Are you very jittery for JBO being on the technical bench or is it TO.

    If you claim that you cherish the golden day’s how on earth do you call JBO “childish” or is he not the surviving legend of that generation who can revive K’Ogalo based on his past experience.

  • motema pembe says:

    @Ogango Trailer calling people mentally handicapped is not very smart on your part. you need to apologize to all of us who have different opinion of how this team is playing.

  • wuonpap says:

    WHY GOR WILL NEVER REACH THE HEIGHTS OF THE 80S
    reading most of the posts above just confirms what i and a few fans like mwakio have always stated-most kenyans are myopic and are yet to appreciate the importance of investing for the future.
    we all know that whoever wins the kenyan league never goes beyond the preliminary stages of the CAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUEyet both Yanga and Simba have played in the group stages of this prestigious competition.
    we may blame the referee,weather,bad luck,oracles,magelo and whoever we want but the truth is that we are our worst enemies.
    WE ARE SO MUCH OBSESSED WITH SHORT TERM GOALS THAT WE ARE YET TO APPRECIATE THE ADVANCES OF TECHNOLOGY AND TIME.
    take note that gor as currrently structured cannot win anything continentally and even locally we have been reduced to the nations laughing stock.
    I REPEAT HERE FOR THE UMPTEENTH TIME THAT SIANGA SHOWED US THE WAY.we on the other hand wanted quick fixes and we are facing the crisis at hand due to our greed and shortsightedness.TRUTH BE TOLD ,WE WILL NEVER REACH THE LEVELS THAT OUR COACH BOBBY REACHED WITH OUR CURRENT SETUP AND RESULTS FOR THE LAST DECADE AND A HALF ARE ENOUGH PROOF.CHANGE IS INEVITABLE OR WE BECOME IRRELEVANT.

  • OGANGO TRAILER says:

    @ 44 motema can you take your time and read @JABILO on post no: 42 and then internalize the except of Jakoyo as it is from archives records before you can apply your prejudice and claim that am name calling Jakoyo.

    Can you read Jakoyo calling people asking for Foreign tactician [text deleted by admin] and are you forgetting that just the day he referred to JBO as “CHILDISH”. Now between OGANGO TRAILER and Jakoyo as per your concern whom should you ask to stop name calling?

    STYLE-UP GENTLEMEN OR LADIES AND STOP MYOPIC REASONING!

  • arrumtiddi says:

    EARLIEST APOLOGY TO JACKOWILI.

    On my last post @46,i erroneously confused jakoyos’ name with that our respected pastor-jackowili.This is how the2nd paragraph should rea.
    ‘What message @jakoyo are you sending to the players (most of whom visit this blog )when you predict that they are going to loose a crunch match 4-0?
    pole sana pastôr.

  • OKOTH JABILO says:

    @ Jackowili and Pundit i think it is high time we also add this thing called motema on the list of K’Ogalo bloggers who need spiritual guidance. You know this saying that “birds of the same feathers flock together”.

  • Mc Ochan mar Piny says:

    Arrumtiddi @ 46, you interest me. Your last remark you say JBO cant and will never judged on three games. How was AA JUDGED after leading the club for our last games last season. After he was hired thru ‘competitive and rigorous’ process, he was shown the door after THREE games? Do you have special interest in JBO as a coach? And if he is the best why was he not hired then? You suck with all your all know everything. JBO should have been hired for the long run to change fortunes. There are two scenerio which are likely to play with his short stint as coach;
    1. He will put in the best foot forward so that he gets the job after three months. Thereafter he can relax after being awarded full time contract.
    2. He could put less effort knowing that the team is looking for another coach.
    Both scenes plays out negatively. Jawilo, Ogango, Ole and I don know who stop being indoctrinated with this Kogalo mania. Criticize where necessary like some of us.

  • motema pembe says:

    Okoth am human not a thing. if you knew who i am you would respect me even more because am sure when i used to play back in the 80s you probaly use to support me.

  • OKOTH JABILO says:

    @ 55 motema can you now come out in the open and tell us clearly who you are ? Because you have actually taken up issue addressed directly to Jakoyo into your own hands. Was Jakoyo holding brief for you?

    And if you are former then you should know very well that in GOR who do not spare anyone when it comes to straightening matters. Motema you must tore the line.

    And as a former player why are you hell bend on finishing others career through incitement? Why wish Gor to be relegated bwana Motema? Now you have exposed yourself and i can see why you and your ilks are out to fought JBO left,right and center. BURE KABISA….!!!!

    ARE YOU INTERESTED IN GOR SUCCEEDING OR DESTROYING IT. WHICH TEAM WHERE YOU PLAYING FOR IF NOT GOR MAHIA?

  • Jackowili says:

    It is alright ndugu Arrumtiddi. I have taken no offense. That is obviously a typographical error. These things happen all the time.

    @Arrumtiddi you have raised me to a position I don’t merrit and I don’t deserve. It is only the agony I feel for my brothers that drives me to stand in the gap on their behalf.

    I am only a simple little man and as apostle Paul puts it “…the worst of all sinners…” but I rejoice when people pull together with a unity of purpose.

    Ndugu, we all desire that our children also watch the glorious local football that we witnessed in our childhood and youth. That’s why we encourage the boys because we know what things were like then. I remember that high afternoon at Nyayo stadium when George Nyangi Odembo (a K’ogalo star), released a long range artillery from the mid-line. The poor Madagascar GK attempted to stop the ball, but that was a near fatal mistake… The late Peter Olimo, (then deployed by the govt to be that team’s physiotherapist) had to rush into the field to douse that goalie’s hands with ice-cold water to cool the burns. In the meantime the net was shaking with Kenya’s winning goal.

    Nyangi was just one of the six K’ogalo players in that line-up. We have seen Gor in better days and what we are doing here is offering our support to enable those standards be reached or even surpassed.

  • OGANGO TRAILER says:

    @49 motema in our community if somebody says one thing today and then tomorrow say completely opposite of he had stood for they call him “RANEKO MO RWAKO LAW” or “RAUAR MAN GI NANGA” in dholuo which translated as “A MAD MAN WHO IS NOT NAKED” based on his inconsistency.

    I was using that narrative to convince our spiritual consulatant @ jackowili to offer some divine help to Jakoyo for that matter. Now tell how should i apologize to you people as demanded unless you want to confirm to me that you are also in the same bracket.

    And as matter of fact it is jakoyo who called you guys [text deleted]”. Pole motema you are jumping into a frying pan that belongs jakoyo. Or you are the same person.

  • OGANGO TRAILER says:

    @ Jackowili i think you do not need fasting for motema’s case since he is an ex-player of GM. I suppose he has a bible for references and i wont take long before we say GLORY!!! HALELUYA!!1

    Jakoyo’s case is definitely the book of Romans Chapter 3.
    Or we would leave it for JABILO to forward to JO-NDIWA.

    Just throw to motema the right scriptures and a few proverbs and songs from the book psalms. motema do not harden your heart our saviour is next to you! AMEN

  • arrumtiddi says:

    @54,mc ochan whatever.Seems that you are so bitter that JBO,landed the coaching job at gor mahia.A simple case of sour grapes.Seems you have personal problems with JBO,please save the bloggers here your personal ‘beefs’ with JBO.You are the one who should tell us what you stand to loose if and when JBO is confirmed as the new headcoach.Mr know it all,you also seem to know what JBO will do if confirmed,and what he wont do,if not confirmed(too much for a disinterested party).If you think that you can do a better job than JBO,why didnt’ you apply for the job?(anyway you can still apply,JBO is just on interim basis).
    Ochan man you sound so bitter,but let me tell you the truth of the matter,though i know it will make you more bitter and uncomfrtable.JOHN BOBBY OGOLLAH,is loved and cherished by 99% of gor mahîa fans.The 1% like you can whine and whîne and whine till the cows come home,or in this case,till JBO conquers them!Better still ,feel free hit the door and come back when JBO leaves.Chaguo ni lako!

  • Mc Ochan mar Piny says:

    Am not against JBO. What am asking why double standards. Am advocating for long term contracts for our tech bench. The legend JBO should have been given until end of season. Then you can analyse his performance otherwise three months is not good enough. Arrumtidd don assume you are the best thing that has happened to this blog and Gor fraternity. Don also assume that your Yes attitude and comments are so constructive. Sieve what you write here. Don argue anymore otherwise will break a severe salvo about you!

  • arrumtiddi says:

    @62,you ochan man.I am not an aspirant for some governorship or senate seat,so dont think that you can threaten me with empty rhetorics like’severe salvos’ or ‘spilling the beans’,go ahead bring it on!

  • manizzle says:

    Guyz meanwhile kindly note that GOR MAHIA FANS INVESTMENT COMPANY is being established and is at advanced stages. For the last 3 games we’ve been giving cash incentives to the players after the matches but we are now directing all our resources towards getting medical cover for the team. This will be followed by other long term projects. Please find attached the minutes for yesterday’s meeting. All are welcome to join in this great initiative.

    MINUTES OF THE GOR MAHIA FANS INVESTMENT COMPANY MEETING HELD AT THE APPLE GREEN RESTAURANT ON 22ND MARCH 2012 AT 6.00 PM.

    PRESENT
    1. Sherry Halima Ayugi
    2. Manaseh Otieno
    3. Boni Gor
    4. Raphael Omondi
    5. George Aseda
    6. Tony Anelka
    7. Richard Lukaya
    8. Opiyo Carey
    9. Frankline Orinde
    10. Michael Otieno Onyango

    GMFIC/MIN 1/2012 – CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING
    The minutes of the previous meeting were read by Manaseh Otieno and confirmed to be a true reflection of what was discussed by Sherry Halima Ayugi.

    GMFIC/MIN 2/2012 NAMING OF THE GROUP
    The following names were proposed by members for adoption as the group’s name; National Gor Mahia Fans, Gor Mahia Foundation, Gor Mahia Investment Consortium, Gor Mahia Fans Foundation and Investment Consortium and finally Gor Mahia Fans Investment Company. It was settled that the group be known as “Gor Mahia Fans Investment Company”.

    GMFIC/MIN 3/2012 NOMINATION OF INTERIM OFFICIALS
    The following individuals were nominated as interim officials to advance the group’s agenda;
    • Manaseh Otieno – Chairman
    • Tony Anelka – Secretary General
    • Sherry Halima Ayugi – Organising Secretary
    It was further agreed that the other structures will be set up with time as need arises.

    GMFIC/MIN 4/2012 OPENING OF AN ACCOUNT
    There was need to open the group’s account. However, members took cognizance of the fact that this should be preceded by registration of the group by the Registrar of Companies. It was estimated that it would take approximately a month to complete this exercise. In the meantime an MPESA number would be registered under the chairman’s name while the Organizing Secretary would keep custody of the handset for purposes of recording deposits by the members. Any time there would be need for withdrawals for purposes of banking, at least the two officials ought to be present. As a temporary measure, a bank account would be opened with two signatories, (The chairman and the organizing secretary) since the MPESA account would only be able to hold a certain amount of money. As a control measure, all deposits will be displayed for members to view and there would be an issue of bank statements on a monthly basis to give members an opportunity to countercheck the amount reflected in the bank statement against the amount of money deposited.

    GMFIC/MIN 5/2012 MEDICAL COVER FOR THE GOR MAHIA FC TEAM
    It was proposed that a meeting be held with Resolution Health, so that they could furnish the group with a breakdown of the rates charged for the different medical insurance packages they have on offer. Resolution health was chosen because their core business was to offer medical insurance as opposed to the other insurance companies who did not specialize in medical insurance. As part of their package, resolution health normally gives talks on various health issues to their clients. The organizing Secretary was allocated the task of following up on this issue. It was proposed that the entire team including the coach and his assistants be beneficiaries of this scheme.

    A.O.B
    It was said that the group needed to clearly define its identity in terms of its vision, mission, design and structure to avoid any misconceptions by members, would be members or any other relevant entity.
    It was also suggested that the group seek audience with the Gor Mahia Executive committee in order to foster a good working relationship between the two bodies.
    There being no other business, the meeting was adjourned at exactly 9 p.m. It was proposed that the next meeting be held on Saturday 31st March 2012 at the Apple Green Restaurant, Hazina towers, utalii lane at 2 p.m.

  • Dan says:

    @Manizzle. Good progressive idea . Keep us posted. It’s time we channelled all the energy including the ones we use to protest violently into building the club. Once we are organised even potential sponsors will find it easier to deal with GM. Kudos