The Gor Mahia duo of Godfrey Walusimbi and Musa Mohamed, whose contracts are ending in December, have renewed their contracts with the club. Both have extended their stay at the club by two years.
We already agreed on terms with Walusimbi and Musa with two years deal in place for them. We are on with negotiations and will soon finish up the process with the remaining players, team manager Jolawi Obondo said to the club site.
The news will come as good news to many fans. Walusimbi in particular was rumoured to be leaving. Musa Mohamed had he best ever season in a Gor Mahia jersey. He has been at Gor Mahia longer than all the other players except Jerim Onyango.
Three other players whose contracts are ending have yet to renew their contracts: Michael Olunga, Meddie Kagere and Harun Shakava.
Gor Mahia will likely be required to name their Africa cup squad before the end of this month. Last year they were given an extension until December 31 but even then they could not register Kagere, Nizigiyimana and Sibomana on time. Gor Mahia will also have decisons to make since FKF have reduced the number of foreigners per team to five.