18 Jan 16

Rwandese Striker Jacque Tuyisenge is excited at the prospect of joining Gor Mahia FC. And Tuyisenge is well aware that this is a club with a rich history.

“I am very happy to have joined Gor Mahia which is one of the biggest teams in the region with great history.”

Tuyisenge has very big shoes to fill. Meddie Kagere whom he is replacing is one of the most lethal strikers who ever played in the Kenya Premier League. But Tuyisenge is undaunted by the challenge.

“I have heard so much about the team and the great players that have featured for it and my first assignment will be to try and emulate their performance since that is what I have been signed to do,” he said to supersport

Unfortunately for Gor Mahia fans, Tuyisenge’s name was not added to the CAF list by the January 15 deadline. Which means he will not be available to play against CNAPS of Madagascar. Reports suggest that only Jacob Keli’s name was added.


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7 Comments.

  • oswozo moziek says:

    All the best to our new strike force….and welcome on board to all the new players!!

  • moses says:

    For CAF we may fall to Wydad;but our local league we will reign supreme.My dream or fantasy is we beat Wydad and fall to Mazembe in which we shall automatically be moved to confederations cup.

  • moses says:

    Is Innocent Wafula still in Gor since he is not on the CAF list which to me is a big let down to a future great Kenyan player

    • jatingare says:

      They should leave him out of the team until his nationality is cleared. It is possible that he is Ugandan. Feilding a foreign player could cost Gor Mahia points

  • jakorando says:

    Tom Jausenge you are hihgly welcomed sir

  • Eric from Juba says:

    WISHING THE BOYS AND THE ENTIRE KOGALO FRATERNITY GOD’S FAVOR AND ALL THE BEST IN 2016!

    IN VICTORY AND GLORY, IN DEFEAT AND AGONY KOGALO FOR EVER!!

  • Dan Original says:

    Bad News: Players threaten to boycott trip to Sudan for pre-season friendly due to unpaid salaries. That would be a golden chance wasted