Gor Mahia talisman Jacque Tuyisenge and defensive midfielder Ernest Wendo have both put pen to paper on new contracts signing 2 and 3 year contracts respectively.
“It’s my best career moment, I had never won a league title before. I chose to stay on because of the love I have been offered here,” said an elated Tuyisenge to the Nation.
In 2016, Kogalo paid Ksh to Rwanda Police for his services. Since then he has been the leading scorer for the club.
This is good news for Kogalo who need to keep their squad intact if they are to make an impact continentally.
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This video was recorded before Tuyisenge and Wendo put pen to paper.
Walusimbi: This time if the office comes on board and performs the required preparations, the team will perform well.
Tuyisenge: We want to reach the group stage of the champions league
Kerr: I am confident that if we have the right players and the right mentality, we shall go far.
Walusimbi on whether he will stay: If the offer is good, maybe I can stay. If I get a better offer elsewhere I might go. But I would like to stay.
Kerr on the players status: I want them all to stay. If you break up the team, you will have to start from fresh which is not healthy