Photo Gallery: Gor Mahia’s 6-1 demolition of KCB

On Wednesday Gor Mahia were in imperious form and recorded a historic 6-1 victory over KCB in a Kenya Premier League match. It had been over 20 years since Gor Mahia scored 6 goals in a league match.


Michael Olunga celebrates after opening the score from a Walusimbi pass

Meddie Kagere is congratulated by team-mates after scoring the second goal with a superb volley

Meddie Kagere evades a tackle as Geofrey Walusimbi runs in support

Kagere, Olunga, Aucho and Walusimbi. This is true camaradery

Meddie Kagere gave the KCB defence nightmares throughout

Olunga, Aucho and Wafula celebrate after Aucho converted Olunga’s pass to score

Meddie Kagere celebrates with Innocent Wafula after scoring his second goal

Nizigiyimana, Wafula and Collins Okoth forming a defensive wall

On this day Michael Olunga scored one goal and recorded two assists

Gor Mahia Photo-Gallery for 2014

At the beginning of the 2014 season, fans received good news that George Odhiambo Blackberry was returning to the club. He is pictured here in his first training session

In the 2014 elections a new set of officials was elected CHAIRMAM: Ambrose Rachier 1st VICE CHAIRMAN: Hon John Pesa SECRETARY GENERAL: Chris Omondi ORGANISING SECRETARY: David Kilo TREASURER: Ken Otieno DEPUTY SECRETARY GENERAL: Amina Oketch “Ferari” ASST SECRETARY GENERAL: Ronald Ngala

When Rama Salim returned at the beginning of 2014, the fearsome forwardline partnership was re-united. The duo played exceptionally well together, reminiscent of Hezborn Omollo and Abdallah Shebe

Gor Mahia beat US Bitam in the first leg match at Nyayo stadium. The goal came from a Dan Sserunkuma penalty

Gor Mahia players celebrate after Sserunkuma netted a penalty in the first leg encounter against US Bitam which Gor Mahia won 1-0. In this pic are the new signings from left : Haron Shakava, Godfrey “Baba” Kizito, Shaban Kenga, Geoffrey Walusimbi

Coach Bobby Williamson, TM Frank Ouna and skipper Jerim Onyango upon arrival in Gabon for the second leg match against US Bitam

As is common in African football, Liberian referee Jerry Yekeh did everything to help US Bitam win, even awarding them two dubious penalties. But justice was served as Gor Mahia won

Jerim Onyango saved two penalties during regulation and two penalties during the shootout as Gor Mahia eliminated US Bitam in the champions league preliminary round

Gor Mahia players celebrate after winning the penalty shootout in In the second leg of the Africa Champions league preliminary round against US Bitam of Gabon

In March 2014, Gor Mahia visited Bandari. Shaban Kenga was visiting his parent team from which he was loaned. Gor Mahia surprisingly went down 1-2

Nakuru Top Fry had not won a single match when they shocked Gor Mahia 2-0 at Afraha. In this pic is Patrick Oboya

After the loss to Nakuru Top Fry, there were rumblings of disunity amongst players fostered by pay disparities and at one point the players went on a go-slow to protest unpaid match bonuses

A massive crowd showed up for the champions league first round match against Esperance

Shaban Kenga tussles with Khalel Chanaa of Esperance. Gor Mahia showed moments of liveliness against Esperance but conceded all three goals due to defensive lapses

Stopper Haron Shakava soared above everyone to head home Gor Mahia’s second goal against Esperance. Gor Mahia lost 2-3

Sserunkuma and Owino “Calabar” at the airport in Tunisia. Both joined the team in Tunis later

Gor Mahia players holding a training session in Tunis upon arrival for the second leg match against Esperance

Keeper David Juma was kept busy by Esperance and spent a lot of time picking the ball up from his net as Gor Mahia soaked five goals

Once the sponsorship with Tuzo ended, Gor Mahia now spotted new jerseys. In this picture: Front row : Tim Wanyonyi, Rama Salim, Dan Sserunkuma, Mutiso, Walusimbi.     Back Row: Jerim Onyango, Eric Ochieng, Haron Shakava, David Owino, Geoffrey Kizito, Musa Mohamed


When the sponsorship with Tuzo ended, Gor Mahia started an MPESA initiative to raise funds.

Governor Evans Kidero donated new jerseys to promote the 350100 MPESA initiative

Sporting the 2nd set of jerseys courtesy of Kidero Front Row: Walusimbi, Rama Salim, Sserunkuma, David Owino, Musa Mohamed Back Row: Anthony, Akumu, Israel Emuge, Eric Ochieng, Geoffrey Kizito, Haron Shakava, David Juma

The players also joined in appealing to fans to support the MPESA initiative. In this pic is the Ugandan trio of Sserunkuma, Emuge and Walusimbi

Gor Mahia U19 played against Italy U18 losing 1-3

In June 2014, fans raised Ksh 150,000 to defray medical expenses acrued by defender Habil Nasio

In June 2014, Gor Mahia scored a 2-1 win over Sofapaka. The win proved crucial as Gor Mahia finished exactly 3 points ahead of Sofapaka in the final standings. In this pic is Geoffrey Walusimbi tussling with veteran Sofapaka striker John Baraza

In June, financial instability and player departures destablized the club leading to a 1-3 loss to arch rivals AFC leopards

Cameroonian Simon Pierre scored as Gor Mahia beat Nakuru Top Fry 1-0 to avenge the first leg defeat

In the return leg of the Mashemeji derby, AFC rallied to hold Gor Mahia 2-2. In this pic are Haron Shakava and Musa Mohamed

Gor Mahia were shockingly eliminated from the GoTV shield by GFC 105.

Geooffey Walusimbi and Sserunkuma line up for a free-kick against APR. Walusimbi scored from the free-kick as Gor Mahia tied hosts APR 2-2 in the 2014 CECAFA club cup

Gor Mahia ended their 2014 CECAFA club cup campaign with a 2-2 draw against Djibouti Telecom

One of the players signed to plug the holes left by the player exodus in June was Tim Otieno, seen here against Ulinzi whom Gor Mahia beat 2-1

On August 25, coach Bobby Williamson bid an emotional farewell after Gor Mahia beat SoNy Sugar 1-0

Following the departure of Bobby Willimson, Gor Mahia introduced Frank Nuttall as the new coach

In one of Frank Nuttall’s first matches in charge, Gor Mahia beat Mathare United 1-0

Dan Sserunkuma scored a hat trick as Gor Mahia blasted City Stars 4-1 to keep their title hopes on track

Gor Mahia’s title aspirations received a jolt when they lost 2-3 to Sofapaka at Machakos

After winning the title, Gor Mahia met president Kenyatta and he promised to get them a sponsor

Players celebrate retaining the league with coach Frank Nuttall

TM Frank Ouna and MVP Dan Sserunkuma celebrate after beating Ushuru 3-0 to retain the title