25 Apr 15

As Gor Mahia prepare to play Ushuru FC on Sunday, all is not well in camp. Players are disgruntled due to what they call lack of good communication from officials about salary and bonus arrears.

“The office should be honest with us and give us specifics on when to get money. We are committed to winning, they should also commit to paying when they promise,” said a senior player to supersport.com

Team EC member Ronald Ngala has assured that the officials are working diligently to resolve the issues.

“The players’ welfare is top in our agenda. We are working to ensure every penny they are owed is paid. The only problem has been cash flow issues,”

Some Gor Mahia players are owed salary arrears dating back to December according to supersport.com

Fake Tickets

That notwithstanding, there has been complains of money disappearing from the gates. Some officials are said to be printing fake tickets and selling them hence denying the club revenue.

In fact many of the troublemakers who were hurling foreign objects and nearly caused stoppage of the match against Sofapaka are said to be people who bought fake tickets.

Despite these reports, the officials who are said to be creating fake tickets have yet to be named.


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8 Comments.

  • Dan Original says:

    As much as there are fake tickets some of our own fans are also not helping the club. Why do tha=ey want to force themselves into the stadium for free? Why do they discourage those who want to buy the Gor Bread?

  • jakoyo says:

    Fake tickets,fake jerseys,fake bread,fake EC,fake recruitment e.t.c….eeverything is fake may be even us fans we are also fake .

    have a fake day.

  • Joe Riaga says:

    A Gor Mahia fan was sent to prison back in January. We need more arrests. Whichever official is selling fake tickets should also be arrested.

  • oswozo moziek says:

    we are our own worst enemy!!

  • COMPRESSER says:

    PLAYERS SHOULD GIVE THEIR SALARY ARREARS FIRST PRIORITY RATHER THAN BONUSES COZ WINNING IS A MUST AND THATS WHY THEY WERE SIGNED.THEREFORE TO ME WINNING IS PART OF THEIR JOB.ON FAKE TICKETS ISSUE I THINK THE TREASURER KNOWS THIS ONE VERY WELL AND ITS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME BEFORE HE FACES THE WORST.BUT WHY IS ALWAYS RACHIER CALM WEN IT COMES TO THIS ISSUE OF FAKE TICKETS.IS HE APERPATRATOR OR WHICH IS WHICH.WHO IS FOOLING WHO

  • kpltactics says:

    Tusker 1-0 AFC Leopards; Brewers Overcome Anemic Leopards wp.me/p4PN4P-22
    another team plagued with administrative woes lost.

  • ODUOR12 says:

    Some Gor Mahia players are owed salary arrears dating back to December according to supersport.com
    HOW? WHY? I ASK

    What do you mean by “SOME” could this be signs of double standards. I am speechless, tongue tied. That’s these players have been able to take to the field at all is a miracle in itself.
    These going-ons only prove to me that its ONLY OPERATING AS A SACCO that can arrest the impunity of the bloated EC. The Sacco Act, provides under section:
    73. Power to surcharge officers of co-operative society
    (1) Where it appears that any person who has taken part in the organization or
    management of a co-operative society, or any past or present officer or member
    of the society—
    (a)has misapplied or retained or become liable or accountable for any
    money or property of the society; or
    (b)has been guilty of misfeasance or breach of trust in relation to the
    society,
    the Commissioner may, on his own accord or on the application of the liquidator or
    of any creditor or member, inquire into the conduct of such person.
    (2) Upon inquiry under subsection (1), the Commissioner may, if he considers
    it appropriate, make an order requiring the person to repay or restore the money
    or property or any part thereof to the co-operative society together with interest at
    such rate as the Commissioner thinks just or to contribute such sum to the assets
    of the society by way of compensation as the Commissioner deems just.
    (3) This section shall apply notwithstanding that the act or default by reason of
    which the order is made may constitute an offence under another law for which the
    person has been prosecuted, or is being or is likely to be prosecuted. 94. Offences

  • Gichy says:

    This issue of finance is a giant problem! Someone assured GM sponsorship deal I hope it will come to pass!