|Date of Birth:||Decedmber 12 1989|
|Years Active||2012 – Present|
Victor Ali Abondo has been nicknamed “teargas” because he rash tackle on an AFC leopards player saw him ejected from the Mashemeji derby in 2012. Fans thought the referee had over-reacted and caused mayhem causing the police to react by lobbing tear gas cannisters.
Abondo was born in Kisumu and grew up around Nyalenda estate, the same area that produced Kogalo legend, John Okello “Zangi”. He played for Thur Gem secondary school when they were crowned national champions in 2004. Prior to joining Gor Mahia, Abondo played for Palos FC of Kisumu, SoNy Sugar, Bandari and Tusker.
He was well known for his ability in dead ball situations and his tactical awareness which has made him a favourite of coach Zdvarko Logarusic.
Abondo was released by the club in June of 2013 and immediately signed with Tusker, his former team.