Report suggests Shakava, Mieno, Kahata, Momanyi want out


A report on goal.com suggests that the Gor Mahia players are fed up with the club for non-payment of dues and some key players have asked for release letters.
Additional reporting from goal.com
The situation at Kenyan champions Gor Mahia is becoming messy after four players handed in release letters to quit the giants.

This comes just a day after K’Ogalo lost their fourth straight match in all competitions after going down 2-0 to Ulinzi Stars. It was Gor Mahia’s third defeat in the league, having succumbed 2-1 to Bandari and by a solitary goal to relegation bound Thika United.

A source within the club has now told Goal that captain Harun Shakava is among the four players, who have shown their desire to quit the club at the end of the season. “As we speak, four players have handed in their transfer requests, and the same letters have already reached the club chairman.”
Goal understands the other three players include defender Charles Momanyi, midfielder Humphrey Mieno and Francis Kahata. “They are fed up, they are not ready to continue suffering, they have made a decision and it is now upon the club to act accordingly.”

When reached for comment, Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr denied knowledge of the players’ asking to ditch K’Ogalo. “You are telling me something that I don’t understand and I honestly haven’t heard anything to do with any letters.”

On Wednesday after the match against Ulinzi Stars, Gor Mahia players were given Sh15, 000 by the Team Manager that was shared amongst the players

15 thoughts on “Report suggests Shakava, Mieno, Kahata, Momanyi want out

  1. jagem oremo

    Players want to leave because of frustrations, not out of their own wish. They have bills to pay and family members to take care of. We wish they don’t leave but how do we convince them on an empty stomach?????? Rachier & team, act now and do it fast. Things are already bad.

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  2. macholung

    I suggest we have pay bill no and any body who is a supporter of Mahia to contribute something as appreciation to player for the achievements of 2018. A mount to be handed over during the ceremony in Kisumu.

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  3. dinga

    Mr Rachier and your jodala on this page. Corruption can only take a little distance… and as you can see you are now at “mwisho wa lami”. When you have your chance to do good you become too big to listen.
    I for one is willing to contribute towards the players but as I asked before;
    will you care to tell me how you spend club money!
    Will you tell me how Walusimbi was “sold”? How did an illegal deal turn “clean”?
    will you tell me how much you and your EC take home?

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  4. Jasego

    Rachier ako wapi,?Jakoyo where is Ambrose Rachier?I am here at GM offices they are telling me he is abroad but don’t know where exactly…If i meet Ngala by chancein this place then bloggers long wait to know the identity of Jasego will be over as media reports will be very clear and precise what transpired here today…

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  5. Jakoyo

    @ jasego, come to 11th floor and prepare for a war……to other bloggers, don’t worry the club shall come out of this shitty mess stronger and much more hungrier ……but I must insist, we have seen the last of Kerr.

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    1. Jasego

      Is Kerr the course of this Debacle or EC…Jakoyo amanyi we Must know each other jodala style that you advocate for today…11th floor only KGM Odhiambo asst organizing sec is here…Am talking to my longtime friend Ben Omondi SG and he intimates you Jakoyo and Rachier your best friend have Fleeced the Club Coffers Dry…

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  6. Jakoyo

    @jasego, am coming from a forum where we have just raised about Sh42,000 for shakava to pay his rent arrears. Is that fleecing the club ?

    Instead of people throwing tantrums at AR mara this , mara that……why don’t they come out of their cacoons and help the situation ? Have na have ujaza kibaba…. The more people join, the better the situation for our players . I really feel sorry for them and I expect many ( at least 5) will leave in December .

    I appeal to fans to organise more forums like this to boost player morale until December

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  7. jagem oremo

    Gor Mahia officials may or may not be on the wrong. But since they are silent instead of explaining to fans what is the cause of the current problem, then they stand accused.

    From our end as fans, we also need to appreciate that participating in continental matches is extremely expensive. Asante Kotoko of Ghana has qualified for CAF competions next year but has indicated they will not participate becsuse they dont want to end up in debts.

    We are willing to help these players. The easiest way to fundraise is to have an M-Pesa/ pay bill number. Tony Anelka has led us in doing this before. Can the same be done so that we start sending our contributions to such an M-Pesa number once it is unveiled here.

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    1. dinga

      So you think that raising 42k for a player is going to solve the problem. Do you even understand what kind of finances it takes to run a club. You shud also understand how corruption works when there is no audit. Jakoyo thinks that since he raised 42k for rent the problems are solved n that is why he posts such idiocy here with pride…. the idea is to make you send your money. So what about the rent for the other 25 or so players. The sad truth is this, should the club get 1million shillings at this moment, 42k will go missing immidiately. An imaginary figure that you only read about.
      It’s sad to see what kind of follwers Rachier has n this is why this club is headed back dooldrums.
      N why do you need Anelka to start it for you?
      The problem at Gor is not necessesarily about funds but more about managing the little you have well. Rachier homeguards will continue posting lies about how money is flowing in make believe transanctions. This is done so as to stay in office. The true situation is that the little monies that gets to Gor is misused living the players a angry and hungry lot. Long story short, raise your money n it will get the players nowhere… it only boldens the henchemen to steal more. Why should the EC pay the players if we r going to do it for them. Get these Gor officials to account for club money!
      If you want the money to reach players, then raise the money and let the players come collect it directly… but mpesa. Probably you shud ask jakoyo who controls the mpesa account before you send your money there.

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