Western Stima coach Henry Omino has admitted that Gor Mahia deserved to win the match. They dominated posession, created chances but could not convert the chances.
“Gor Mahia were better than us but my players made better use of the chances we created (beat Gor Mahia 2-1). The win is therefore good motivation for my players, especially after we lost our league opener against Sofapaka last weekend.” said Omino to the KPL website.
Gor Mahia started the league well but have struggled to find the net in the last two matches. Many fans are questioning why proven scorer Meddie Kagere is not being given more opportunities. Aside from the lack of sharpness upfront, fans have questioned why Collins Okoth has not received playing time this season. The loss saw Gor Mahia drop to 3rd spot. The next match for Kogalo in on Saturday against Kakamega Homeboyz at Afraha.
Dan Oketch loses case against Rachier
Current Chairman Ambrose Rachier has won his case against Dan Oketch who contested the election against him. Oketch noted in his petition that a total of 1564 voters were unfairly prevented from voting.
But Sports tribunal Chairman John Moore Ohaga noted that Oketch did not make a string enough case.
“We have dismissed the case because the 1564 petitioners did not prove membership and thus Rachier continues to be club chairman.” he said to goal.com