4 Jan 18


Albanian side KF Tirana are trying to scam Gor Mahia into giving Kenneth Muguna away for free.
Story courtesy of the Star
Watching their prized players cross borders for free has become unbearable for Gor Mahia and hence the Kenya Premier Legaue champions have warned Albanian side FK Tirana of using unprofessional means to sign players from the club.

Gor have warned the Albanian outfit of a possible tussle pitting them and world’s football governing body, Fifa for allegedly luring Kenneth Muguna and Musa Mohammed without following the right procedures and raising the required fees.

Tirana, under the tutelage of former Gor Mahia coach Jose Ferreira, are claimed to have acquired the services of 2016 Kenyan Premier League Most Valuable Player (MVP) Kenneth Muguna for a unspecified contract spell. In retaliation, Gor claimed that Muguna had two years left on his contract and his move to Albania had not been approved by the club. K’ogalo accused Tirana of failing to pay the development and transfer fees as well as failing to secure Muguna’s release letter.

K’ogalo’s chief executive officer, Lodvick Aduda, accused the European side of evading the right procedures stipulated by Fifa in acquiring the signatures of players. “I can confirm that Tirana had approached us in regard to signing Muguna but did not raise the development and transfer fees as required by Fifa. As a licensed Fifa player transfer agent, I want to warn Tirana of the impending tussle which will involve the world’s governing body. They have not acquired the release letter from us hence can not claim the player belongs to them,” said Aduda.

On the case of Mohammed who sought permission to attend trials in Albania, Aduda warned the player against signing a contract with a foreign club without the blessings of his boyhood club. Musa, who skippered Kenya in recapturing the Cecafa Senior Challenge last month, was rumoured to have inked a contract with Tirana.

Aduda said the procedures of signing the player, whose contract was due to end in two weeks, were not followed. “Musa sought permission to go for trials and his contract was to expire in two weeks. If they want his services, let them come and try to reach an agreement. The two remain our players until all the professional procedures of signing players are met. I also want to warn Kenyan players to be careful when signing contracts with clubs outside the Kenyan borders.”

South ‘B’ United, a grassroot club which features in the Koth Biro tournament, took to social media platforms to wish Musa the best of luck at his new club. The latter had guided South ‘B’ to the finals of the tournament.

Muguna alongside George Odhiambo, Godfrey Walusimbi and Jacques Tuyisenge had been in Ze Maria’s wish list for long and the omission of Muguna from Gor Mahia’s newly released jersey numbers signaled of a complete move to Tirana.Muguna had his shirt number(10) given to new signing Cercidy Okeyo in the recently released shirt numbers.


Link Category: News



3 Jan 18


Gor Mahia captain Musa Mohamed is set to pursue other opportunities in either Turkey, Zambia or South Africa. The move comes at a time when Kevin Omondi with whom Musa has had personal issues, is returning to the club.
Story courtesy of the Nation

Musa Mohammed has asked to leave Gor Mahia, in a development that is set to end the footballer’s nine-year association with the club.

According to the club’s assistant secretary general Ronald Ngala, Mohammed, 26, walked into the club’s secretariat on Tuesday afternoon and informed the management that he isn’t keen on renewing his contract with the club.

“He has told us that he wants to travel to Turkey and try find himself a club. He is a free agent and so we couldn’t ask many questions on which club wants him over there,” Ngala told Nairobi News.

“His contract is over since December. He had earlier indicated his willingness to renew it. When we saw him dithering on making a final decision, we moved to sign Charles Momanyi from (Kakamega) Homeboyz as cover,” Ngala said.

RENEW CONTRACT

“He had earlier indicated his willingness to renew his contract which expired in December. It is a big blow to lose our captain, he has been instrumental and we were banking on him for the continental assignments.”

Mohammed, a younger sibling to star boxer Fatuma Zarika, has been a vital cog in Gor Mahia’s defence in the last six years or so, since he broke into the first team.

He has made over 200 appearances for the club, winning three league titles. Over this period, he worked with several coaches, including Zedekiah Otieno, Anaba Awono, Zdravko Logarusic, Bobby Williamson, Frank Nutall, Ze Maria and currently Dylan Kerr.

Mohammed, who captained the national football team to victory at the recent Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup, has in the past been linked with moves to South Africa and Zambia.


Link Category: News



2 Jan 18

Story courtesy of the Nation

The announcement of betting firm SportPesa’s cancellation of all sports sponsorship in Kenya has thrown local football clubs AFC Leopards  and Gor Mahia into financial crisis.

Both clubs, which are sponsored by SportPesa, are now looking at an uncertain future, what with local and continental assignments to be honoured in the yet to start 2018 season.

Even before SportPesa made the formal announcement, Leopards had indicated that it would not honour its continental engagements this year, in the event of the betting firm’s pull out.

In a statement on New Year’s day, club chairman Dan Mule also expressed fear that the club’s other activities could ground to a halt in the not so distant future.

“I can put it here on record that without the backing of SportPesa, the club will not be able to pay salaries and play in continental assignments,” said Mule.

Mule, who explained that SportPesa’s sponsorship helps offset about 70 percent of the club’s monthly Sh6.5 million bill, is now pleading with the government to put on hold the implementation of the new tax regime imposed on SportPesa and other betting companies to allow for dialogue.

 

“It is with this background that I urge the government to put on hold the implementation of the new tax regime on betting companies in order to facilitate the convening of a stakeholders meeting as soon as possible to discuss the crisis in the sporting arena,” he said.

Leopards are set to play against Malagasy side FOSA Juniors in the first week of February in the preliminaries of the Caf  Confederation Cup.

Similarly, Kenyan champions Gor Mahia are set to compete in the African Champions League this season, with an assignment against Equatorial Guinea side Leones Vegetarianos in the preliminary phase.

Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier says the club is considering the resumption of selling branded bread and having a Paybill number emblazoned on the team jerseys should SportPesa also pull the plug on its sponsorship deal with the club.

“The sports industry is a latent giant, let us not waste this opportunity to develop it by repelling investors from the industry. I therefore plead with the government to rethink this move which will sound a death knell to this very promising industry,” Rachier said.


Link Category: News



1 Jan 18

Now that Kenya government has seen how lucrative the betting industry is, they are looking to muscle in and create their own Sports fund. They are thus in the process of levying a significant tax on all bettin companies. The government claims that the Sports fund will be used to fund all sporting activities in Kenya. The trouble with this is that the Kenya government has a track record of mismanaging, missapropriating and embezzling funds. And it will use the Sports Fund for political purposes.

Story courtesy of the Standard.

Gor Mahia charman Ambrose Rachier has called on the government to re-consider their stand on the 35 per cent tax on betting companies.

As one of the beneficiary of sponsorship offered by one of the gaming companies – SportPesa, Gor Mahia hugely depends on sponsorships and the chairman said: “The sports fraternity has been plunged into chaos as its key investors – gaming companies, face a bleak future in a new era of excessively high tax.”

“While we are appreciative of the fact that the government wants to set up a Sports Fund with the increased revenue from these companies, we are wary of implementation and modalities of this fund.

“It’s for this reason that we would like to implore the government to rethink this move which will be more harmful than helpful. Gor Mahia has been through thick and thin over the years. Before SportPesa, we struggled. We went from selling bread to raise funds for the club to remain operational and pay players’ salaries, to setting up an M-Pesa PayBill number,” Rachier told The Standard Sports.

“To have sponsors like SportPesa who not only offer financial support, but also capacity building is a big plus for any club not just Gor Mahia. SportPesa has gone the extra mile to ensure the club and its players as well as other Kenyan football players get several opportunities.

“Continental matches which are a source of pride for the nation are coming and traversing the continent to honour our fixtures is an expensive affair,” Rachier said.


Link Category: News



1 Jan 18

The year 2017 will be remembered as the year when Gor Mahia recovered from a below par 2016 season in which they did not win any trophies. In 2017, Kogalo made amends by winning three trophies and putting on a spectacular display against an English Premier League side thus earning accolades and plaudits from Kenyans all over the country. The three trophies Kogalo won were the local Super cup, the regional Sportpesa super cup and the Kenya Premier League.

Transfers:

Gor Mahia signed the following players: Jean Batiste Mugiraneza, John Ndirangu Softie, Kenneth Muguna, Joash Onyango,Filemon Otieno, Mike Simiyu, Shaban Odhoji (keeper), Jeconia Uyoga, Teddy Osok, Oliver Maloba, Peter Odhiambo (Keeper) , Maqbul Mohammed.

Gor Mahia also said goodbye to long serving goalkeeper Jerim Onyango who left to pursue a career in politics. Also leaving was Eric Ouma Marcelo. Making a return to the team was former head coach Zedekiah Otieno who joined to become assistant coach to Brazilian Ze Maria.

Poor Start

In watching Kogalo at the beginning of the season, one would not have predicted a successful season. They toured Sudan and lost 0-1 to Al Hilal, a reversal of the previous year. They then went on to lose to Thika United 2-1.

On February 4, Gor Mahia visited Namboole stadium in Uganda to play fast rising Onduparaka FC of Arua. They shockingly lost 2-0.

Gor Mahia went on to lose 3-2 to Adminstration Police with former club player. Kevin Omondi scoring twice.

But coach Ze Maria sought to assuage the concerns of fans: “I know that friendly matches are used to gauge a team’s preparedness, but they can also be used as a platform to test the things that work and those that don’t. We are in preseason and as you know, there are a few new players who have joined us.” he said

Gor Mahia finally recorded their first win of the season on February 19 when they veat Wazito FC 2-1 in a friendly at Camp Toyoyo.

Unrest within the club

Further unrest among the fans base was caused when both the technical bench and the players boycotted training due to late payments. Further to that, the club was thrown out of their training ground (Camp Toyoyo) because they were several months in arrears.

There was infighting between club officials. In particular, Judith Nyangi accused the club treasurer Sally Bolo and CEO Aduda of misappropriating gate collections.

“If you are a treasurer, then you want to print your own tickets, bring your own ticketing firm and select your own stewards, then how transparent can the process be? That is unacceptable. We gave them space to handle the tickets, and hoped that they would deliver. That did not happen.” said Nyangi.

In early March, Crown Beverages, who had been Gor Mahia’s secondary sponsor, withdrew citing financial hardship.

2017 Kenya Premier League First Leg

Despite all the problems facing the club, coach Ze Maria was confident of having a better season in 2017 than he had in 2016 because the player quality was much better. “I have a lot of players with great quality and we can play any system. I have a lot of solutions this year because of the quality of players in the team,” he said

Before the league started, Gor Mahia officially started the season in the domestic Super Cup against League champions Tusker. They emerged winners beating Tusker 1-0 thanks to a penalty from Jacque Tuyisenge.

Tuyisenge sent the Tusker keeper the wrong way.

Gor Mahia continued to put aside their administrative and financial issues to start the season on a sound note, beating Kariobangi Sharks 3-1 in their league opener, followed by a 1-0 win over Zoo Kericho.

The biggest highlight of the 2017 KPL first leg came when Gor Mahia thrashed arch rivals AFC Leopards 3-0. It was the biggest margin that Gor Mahia had recorded against their arch rivals since the 1970s. The goals that sunk Ingwe came from Meddie Kagere, George Odhiambo and Timothy Otieno.

Gor Mahia wins inaugural Sportpesa Super Cup

The first ever Sportpesa Super Cup was held in Dar es Salaam Tanzania in June. Aside from Gor Mahia, the other invited teams were Nakuru All Stars and AFC Leopards from Kenya , Jangombe of Zanzibar and Tanzanian giants Yanga and Simba. Missing for the first two games was coach Ze Maria who announced that he was taking time off to rest.

It was a flying start for Kogalo when they dismissed Jangombe 2-0. Meddie Kagere scored both goals. The first one was a bullet header from a Kenneth Muguna cross. The second was a penalty after a Jangombe player had handled the ball in the box.

In the second match, Gor Mahia faced off with Nakuru All Stars who has surprisingly beaten Simba of Tanzania in penalties. Gor Mahia won 2-0 with Kagere and Blackberry scoring.

The final was a mashemeji derby as Gor Mahia took on AFC. Returning to the bench was Ze Maria, back from his “holiday”. As they had done a month earlier Gor Mahia outclassed their arch rivals, winning 3-0 again. The goals came from unlikely sources: Timothy Otieno, Oliver Maloba and John Ndirangu. Gor Mahia lifted the trophy thus earning the right to play English Premier League side, Everton.

Ze Maria Leaves

On June 15, Brazilian tactician Ze Maria formally tendered his resignation. He had been demanding a pay raise which Kogalo officials were unwilling to provide. Thus he took his week off to fly to Albania to finalize his move to Albanian giants KF Tirana.

ve

Slump

With Ze Maria gone to Albania, assistant coach Zedekiah Otieno took over as head coach on an interim basis. His stint was unsuccesful. He started with two draws against Thika United and Posta Rangers. There were rumours of player sabotage as Kogalo lost 0-2 to Sofapaka, drew 2-2 with Ulinzi and lost to Bandari in the GoTv Shield on penalties. Gor Mahia had beaten Nairobi Water 3-1 in the opening round of the GoTV shield.

The arrival of Dylan Kerr

Following the departure of Ze Maria, Gor Mahia went about finding a new coach. Numerous names were floated including Frenchman Gomes da Rosa, Argentine Rodolfo Zapata and Zambian George Lwandamina. Gor Mahia eventually settled in Dylan Kerr, a Briton who had been coaching in the English fourth division with Chesterfield FC.

It was a wise choice given Gor Mahia’s previous success with British coaches. Kerr was in the stands watching Kogalo eliminated from the GoTV shield by Bandari.

Gor Mahia take on Everton

The greatest highlight of the 2017 season was the Sportpesa Super cup encounter pitting Gor Mahia against English Premier League side Everton. Gor Mahia had earned the right to play Everton by winning the inaugural Sportpesa Super cup played in Tanzania.

Gor Mahia gave a very good account of themselves especially in the first half where they knocked the ball around confidently even in their own penalty box. English legend Wayne Rooney had given Everton the lead with a well taken long range effort. Hardly had Everton finished celebrating before Gor Mahia equalized from a well executed corner kick. Muguna played the ball to the near post and Tuyisenge headed the ball in from an acute angle.

Gor Mahia then rested their first team in the second half and the drop in quality allowed Everton back in the game. They went on to score the winning goal and win 2-1.

After the match , Everton were full of praise for Gor Mahia.

Coach Ronald Koeman: ““It was a good game but a difficult one, Gor Mahia made it tough for us. They can be proud of their performance and I want to give them a lot of compliments for making it so tough for us,” said Koeman.

Wayne Rooney: “This has been a very wonderful match and we enjoyed facing a young team that displayed good football,” said Rooney, who was glad to score again in blue

KPL second Leg

When the first leg ended, Gor Mahia were sitting atop the premier league table but were barely ahead of second placed Posta Rangers. But the arrival of Dylan Kerr and the superb performance against Everton seemed to have injected a supreme dose of confidence in the playing unit. Between August 2 and October 3, Gor Mahia went on an unbeaten streak that saw them win 9 games, draw 3 and lose none. The most impressive win during this run was the 4-0 drubbing of Nzoia United at Kisumu. This was a team that historically has given Gor Mahia difficulties.

By the beginning of October, Gor Mahia had all but sealed the league title. Such that even a surprise loss to Mathare did nothing to dent Gor Mahia’s title hopes.

Even after losing to Mathare, Gor Mahia went on to finish the league by winning four matches and drawing two.

In the end, Gor Mahia won the league in rather convining fashion, collecting 74 points. This was 19 points above second placed Sofapaka. Gor Mahia also scored more goals than any other team (53) and conceded fewer goals than any other team (22). Their goal difference of 31 goals was well above the second best goal difference which was 17.

 


Link Category: Gor Mahia Stories, News



31 Dec 17

On behalf of GORMAHIA.NET Gor Mahia online branch aka Gor Mahia bloggers branch, I would like to take this opportunity to wish all the bloggers a happy New Year and a prosperous 2018. Wishing you success in all your endeavors in 2018.

May you continue to support Gor Mahia in 2018. Lets help make 2018 the year when Gor Mahia makes a significant impact in the Africa Champions league.

Wishing success to all the bloggers who have posted recently. Apologies in advance to anyone whose name is missing.

Le Pastre, Ingwe, Agwanda David, Seville, Sylvester, Dan Original, jasego, Jamriambo, Jakoyo, Oswozo moziek, Mwakio P, Collins, Oduor12, Level mindfan, Kenneth Kosindo, Odhis Muga, musymo, rodneyochieng, Ngesto, Wuod Nyahanga, Ja-Gem Oremo, Wichkuot, Jamigori, Michael ogolo, Odhis Ben, Barefoot Bandit, Jambitatiny, Sokajembe, Would Nyahanga, ja Thur GI ji, Mango, Baba Travis, Wuod suba, Jay, rodneyohieng, Dan kisumu, Pato jaseme, OGANGO TRAILER, Sam Muga, bob, moses, jatingare, Ravivnation, CI, Joe Riaga, Ogutu, Papa, jaduonh, Albert Kosero – Sofaset Branch Kampala, K’Ógalo Pundit, James Mburu, David Lumu, K’Ogalo Pundit, Eric from Juba, A person, Allan, Godfrey Owens, Jakorando, J’Kachuks, Bosh, jambita tiny, Fred Ngoro, JOSEPH IRO, teddy sofaset branch entebbe, ochiengrodney, teddy spfaset branch entebbe, Harry Ababa, Leakey Okello, Kifaranga Wa Computer Sofaset Kupe Branch Jinja, Ingo, Albert Kosero (Sofaset Branch – Kampala), The Villager, Michael Odhiambo Ogolo, ALFRED TODO, george musula, Wuod Gem Yala, JaAlego Hono, Ja’Rusinga, kifaranga ya computer sofaset kupe branch Jinja, teddy sofase branch entebbe, JaDala, Erico Jarae, Kassam Mwivangano, Siso, marto, COMPRESSOR, Richard Ouko, wuoasego1, Obino, Berr-lilloh, teddy sofaset branch entebbe., Let Pastre, samuel, Soka Jembe, odhis, jb, Nyakwar Rahiti, sylvaonyi, Joods, samuel ouma, Jaupanda, Jamriambo., Siaji, jaduong, Pili pili, Levelmindfan, TheBeast, Omonddi, NGATA LAUREEN, kevin abiola, Kazzarah, Evans Ouma, kpl tactics, Wuod Ambok, MACHOLULONG, Jm, Thesisoh, Ken Ore, Adris, Jokogero, Miguna, Jakisumo, Jamwa from mombasa, Tom mboya, Maurie, Gk, Kwachkisran, Hallelujah, Mwakio P K, Sandroman, Alfred, Machienglo, Charles wuod Awasi, Paw Akuche, Akira jabondo, Agara jnr, kenio, jamwa in mombasa, Odhis mugaw, jakogero, jathur gi ji, Caleb Mango, Jacity, Apanatambua, samuel oduor, samuel odu, kenneth odhiambo, Capital G, Ja Gem, o, Level mind fan, Onyango Daudi, vincent owino, Robert Wuodsuba, William Apida, Daniel, Marto Original, wodobiero, James Adul, omondii, philip Gilly, NabongoOsundwa, @oduorodede, Omondi joseph, A, John, Agunyo, gordon, admin, Jaratiro, Jamal, levelmind fan, ongoje junior, deo oliech, Vincent, Pod Antie, obra, Nus Pesa, TONY, Jimmy Amimo, otieno jaseme, FKF official, chiew, Gregg, Vincent owu, koyooAbuto, fred odhiambo, JaPap, Ottamax, Nyalik, Thanh, Napoleon, Manual, Le Pastref, Dan Kisumu., benard mutunga, Jakanyangaga, Javan Osongo, Kibalka, J’asego, K’Omondi, J’asego, Nyakwar Kwadha Wuon Oyolla, DAVID OKAL, Tosh, Gor Damu, Ja’Asego, charles,


Link Category: News



30 Dec 17

Good luck John Ndirangu

John “Softie” Ndirangu has been released by Kogalo. This was confirmed by CEO Lordvick Aduda.

“We have released Ndirangu because his performance was way below what we expected from him last season. We cannot guarantee him playing time because of the signings we have done and have agreed that he gets a new club.” Aduda told goal.com

Ndirangu who is 22, first came to prominence at Nakuru All Stars where his silken on the ball skills wowed KPL fans. He later played for AFC Leopards before joining Kogalo in December of 2016.

Two promising players who joined Gor Mahia in 2017 but were unable to gain playing time will be loaned out. Striker Jeconiah Uyoga will join Nakumatt FC while full back Maqbul Mohammed will play for Wazito FC next season.

Maqbul joined Gor Mahia in December 2016 after an impressive display in the Super 8 tournament. He was seen as a potential replacement for Eric Ouma “Marcelo” who was departing for Georgia. But he has been unable to get playing time.

Uyoga played for TUK in the Super 8 tournament and was impressive as well. But he found the going tough at Kogalo because the numerous proven goal-scorers on the team.

Joining Gor Mahia for the 2018 season is Okeyo Cassidy Lumumba from Tusker.

“We have signed Cassidy from Tusker. He has joined our team on a three year contract. We want to do well in continental scene hence the decision to beef up our squad with quality players.” said Aduda to goal.com


Link Category: News



27 Dec 17


Gor Mahia have signed Western Stima midfielder Bernard Ondiek. The lanky midfielder is a noted box to box midfielder. Ondiek who is 26, signed a three year contract.

Gor Mahia have released midfielder Anthony Mbugua according to CEO Ludovick Aduda.

“We have talked to him and he has decided to leave. It is a mutual agreement because he wants to play and unfortunately we cannot offer that. We have allowed him to sign for another club and want to wish him well in his future endevours.” said Mbugua to goal.com

Mbugua, whose nickname is “Baggio”, joined Kogalo in June of 2016. But he could not get any playing time under either Ze Maria or Dylan Kerr.

One player who is yet to agree to a new contract is George Odhiambo Blackberry. But Aduda says that talks are at an advanced stage.

“Talks are at an advanced stage. We broke for Christmas and after that we will finalize the negotiations. Everything looks positive and we at hopeful he will agree to extend his stay with us,” he said according to Futaa.com.

Blackberry has resurrected his career from the doldrums. He rejoined Kogalo in 2014 after failures in Denmark, Finland, Azebaijan and Tanzania. He had a stellar 2017 that saw him named midfielder of the year and regain his place in the national team.

“Odhiambo was one of our best players in 2017 and we are happy that he’s rediscovering his form once again. At Gor Mahia we want to have the best playing unit around and as such we have to retain good players like Berry,” continued Aduda.

The International Transfer certificate of Ephrem Guikan has been received by Gor Mahia.
“Guikan is due in the country aboard Ethiopian Airline on Tuesday morning. We have managed to secure his release letter and the ITC and are now good to go. The striker has signed a two year contract and will be a good addition to our squad as we strive to do better in 2018.” said Aduda to goal.com

The Ivorian will compete for playing time with Tuyisenge, Kagere, and other strikers.


Link Category: News



23 Dec 17

Gor Mahia have acquired the services of Humphrey Ochieng Mieno who was recently released by Tusker. The towering midfielder put pen to paper on a three-year deal on Friday.

“I am happy with the move and look forward to joining the rest of the team for preseason. The expectations are high but I can’t divulge more now because everyone is in offseason but for sure I am hopeful of a successful stint,” he told Nation Sport on Friday.

Gor Mahia are looking to fill the gap left by Kenneth Muguna who is going to Albania to join former coach Ze Maria at KF Tirana.

Mieno has significant experience. He first played in the KPL in 2009 with KCB. He would later play for Sofapaka, AFC Leopards and most recently Tusker. His formative years were spent at Ligi Ndogo.

He has also had stints abroad playing for Club Africain of Tunisia and Azam of Tanzania. His best years were the Sofapaka years (2010-2011) when he was a national team mainstay.


Link Category: News



22 Dec 17

Gor Mahia are said to have agreed to terms with left full back Isaac “Lefty” Kipyegon from Zoo FC on a three-year deal. Kipyegon was in the Harambee Stars squad that recently won the CECAFA senior challenge cup.

The deal with Wesley Onguso Arasa fll through after the player made exhorbitant demands.

“Onguso insisted on one million transfer fee so the deal flopped because we were not ready to part with such a huge sum for a defender,” a source told Soka25east.

Earlier on, Gor Mahia are said to have signed another defender, Charles Momanyi from Kakamega Homeboyz.

“We’ve received Momanyi’s release letter from Kakamega Homeboyz and I can confirm that he’s now our player. Momanyi is a good young central defender and his addition to the team will definitely bring competition to our backline which is a good thing for any top club,” CEO Lordvick Aduda told Futaa.com

A Third signing is Lawrence Juma. The Nzoia United playmaker was a contender for midfielder of the year. His coach Bernard Mwalala confirmed the news.

“Lawi is a great and a disciplined boy,he’s destined for greatness.As a coach ,it’s sad to see such a player leave but once a player says he wants to progress his career elsewhere we have no choice but to let him go,we wish him the very best at Gor Mahia,” said Mwalala.

Meanwhile Humphrey Mieno, who had been a target of Gor Mahia in 2016, has now been released by Tusker and could be a target for Kogalo.


Link Category: News




Greenxi theme | Proudly Powered by WordPress - Entries (RSS), Comments (RSS)