In a report by Supersport Gor Mahia’s technical bench has been given three matches to turn around the team’s fortunes. The club’s National Executive Committee issued the ultimatum after a five hour meeting chaired by Chairman Ambrose Rachier at the club’s Nyayo National office on Tuesday evening.
Organizing Secretary Tom Ataro and deputy secretary general Ronald Ngala told SuperSport.com that the executive committee will meet the players at Nairobi City Stadium on Wednesday to get their side of the story.
“We want to talk to the players and get the true picture .We want to share with them whatever problem they have and see how best we can address them. We have reached a critical stage with seven matches remaining and we must take all issues affecting the playing unit seriously.”
Ngala confirmed that the technical bench will remain intact adding that no major decisions were arrived, “The League is now in the home-stretch and therefore we did not make any major decisions or make any changes in the technical bench since we don’t want to interfere with the playing unit.”
The club officials have also been summoned to appear on Thursday before Kenya Premier League (KPL) disciplinary organ to show cause why action should not taken against them after their fans were involved with ugly scenes during their stormy match against Congo United.
How Ataro and Rachier who appear to be bitter enemies can co-exist in the same committee is mystery.
The news will be bad news for Kogalo fans who have been asking for a change in the technical bench. How many more poor performances must the club endure. It must be noted that even prior to the current poor form, the team had not been playing well.