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5 Nov 17

Gor Mahia and Zoo Kericho settled for a 1-1 draw at Afraha stadium on Sunday. Coach Kerr gave opportunities to several players who have not had chances throughout the season. The exceptions were Kagere and Tuyisenge who are still chasing the golden boot.

Additional reporting from futaa.com
First chance for Gor Mahia fell into the hands of Oliver Maloba but he did not do good enough to beat only Vincent Misikhu in goal in the 8th minute. Anthony Mbugua on his part showed some brilliant touch with the ball but his final shot was too timid to trouble Zoo keeper.

Zoo were presented with their first chance when Nicholas Kipkirui put a through ball for Geofreey Gichana but the midfielder failed to connect into the net in the 17th minute. Kipkirui again showed intent in the 29th minute when he effortlessly went past stagnant Joash Onyango for his shot to go off target finally.

The affair remained less dramatic towards the end of first half thus the score remained 0-0 as the teams went back to the tunnel.

The second half came with Zoo getting the first corner that was taken by Chetambe but his delivery was not clinical enough. Wellingtone Ochieng stopped Kipkirui from wrecking havoc in the 50th minute. A one two between Tuyisenge and Kagere failed to open the score as the later failed to connect well in the final stage of the move.

Meddie Kagere finally scored for Gor Mahia in the 62nd minute when he volleyed the ball into the net as he intercepted a Boniface Omondi flick. Gichana turned the assist maker when he passed a sumptuous ball to Kepha Ondati for the later to equalize in the 75th minute.

Starting XI: Shaban Odhoji, Innocent Wafula, Joash Onyango, Wellington Ochieng , Mike Simiyu, Philemon Otieno, Anthony Mbugua, Boniface Omondi , Oliver Maloba, Meddie Kagere, Jacques Tuyisenge,

Subs: Fredrick Odhiambo, Ernest Wendo, Joachim Oluoch, George Odhiambo, Francis Kahata, Timothy Otieno, Jeconia Uyoga.


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18 Mar 17

Scorer: Kenneth Muguna

Gor Mahia collected their second win of the 2017 season when they beat Zoo Kericho by a solitary goal at the club’s spiritual home (Kisumu).
Additional reporting from goal.com
Coming to this, Gor Mahia were seeking add three points to day one win while Zoo were out for a bounce back after losing by a solitary goal in their opening match against Posta Rangers.
Muguna solo effort
Kogalo got their goal in final minutes of the first half after Kenneth Muguna made a turn and left his markers well beaten outside the 18 yard box. He then took a shot that was too difficult for Misikhu Vincent to stop and put the home side ahead.
At the 56th minute, Timothy Otieno failed to double Gor lead after he headed Karim Niyizigimana’s cross that had left Misikhu well beaten wide. Their were penalty claims after Jacques Tuyisenge was brought down but the referee waved play to continue.
Zoo had to play the final 10 minutes with 10 men after Omulanda Nixon was given matching orders after a second yellow card. This was after fouling Muguna. 
Gor coach gave a chance to Oliver Maloba and Philemon Otieno to feature the first ever in a competitive match while Zoo brought in Sindani Sabiri for Mike Madoya.
Chances
Other Gor Mahia’s chances in the match saw Karim Niyizigimana head wide Geoffrey Walusimbi’s delivery while Misikhu denied Muguna a goal but tipping his well taken free kick above the post.
Nicholas Kipkirui missed to capitalize on early lapse in Gor defence that would have seen them score first. His side went on to have limited chance in the game.

 The loss becomes Zoo’s second consecutive loss in in the league.
Starting XI: Boniface Oluoch, Haron Shakava, Musa Mohammed, Wellington Ochieng’, Karim Nizigiyimana, Godfrey Walusimbi, Ernest Wendo (Philemon Otieno), Francis Kahata (George Odhiambo), Kenneth Muguna, Jacques Tuyisenge, Timothy Otieno (Olivier Maloba),.
Subs: Shaban Odhoji, Collins Okoth, Meddie Kagere, Amos Nondi.
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Starting XI Misikhu Vincent, Obayi William, Ligare Johnstone, Kipyegon Isaac, Akiya Stanslus (Ouma Dominic), Omulanda Nixon, Gichana Geoffrey, Madoya Michael (Sindani Sabiri,, Oile Martin, Kipkirui Nicholas, Odhiambo Bernard
Subs: Koko Samuel, Namasakha Danson, Omondi Dennis, Mmata Leonard, Omondi Kevin


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17 Mar 17

Fans will be traveling to Kisumu in droves

Image courtesy of Okoth Jaacko Willyse

Gor Mahia will play their first home game of the 2017 Kenya Premier League this weekend. The match will take place on Saturday at Moi stadium Kisumu where Gor Mahia will likely play a significant portion of their home matches this season. This is due to the unavailability of Kasarani, Nyayo and City stadium, all of which are closed for renovation.

The newly promoted Kericho based side are a relative newbies having been formed in 2009. Since then they have risen meteorically to the top tier league. In 2015, they finished 3rd in the National Super League and missed promotion to KPL by only one point. In 2016, they finished 3rd again. Luckily for them, the KPL was expanded, thus taking in four teams from the National Super League.

They are the first team from Kericho to play in the Kenya Premier League. The last time a team from Kericho was in the top tier was in 2001 with Brooke Bond FC who were relegated that year after 3 seasons in the top league. Zoo started their league campaign last weekend losing to 0-1 to Posta Rangers.

Gor Mahia for their part will look to continue their winning form. After beating Tusker and Kariobangi Sharks, they will be looking to extend their winning streak to three. Coach Ze Maria is confident that he has solutions for every possible situation.

“With the quality of players I have, we can deploy any system like the 3-5-2 formation we used against Sharks or the 4-3-2-1 system. I have many solutions for my team this season. It is definitely going to be difficult to select the players. But I am happy because every coach wants to be in such a situation as players will give more than 100 per cent,” said Ze Maria to the Standard.

 

Updated statement from Ben Omondi (Secretary General)

Gormahia V Zoo Kericho
Kisumu Stadium
Kick off 3pm
Gate :- Kshs. 600 VIP and Terraces Kshs. 200
Tickets will be sold from 9 am outside the stadium

It’s 3 pm since the match will not be aired live as earlier planned


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4 Dec 15

With the CECAFA senior challenge cup having come to an end for most teams, Gor Mahia are set to resume local duty. It was a disappointing outing for all the Gor Mahia players. But with that behind them, Gor Mahia will take on Zoo Kericho in a friendly match that will be used to gauge the team’s strength ahead of the semi-final match against Nakumatt.

“The friendly match is an opportunity for us to re-group and re-focus after winning Top 8 and with national team players being away for some time in Ethiopia,”said Nuttall to the club site

Gor Mahia have won three trophies so far this year and will be gunning for a fourth title.

In the meantime, Gor Mahia are said to be interested in signing fast rising mathare United ace Eric Johanna

“We have been watching him for a long time and are convinced that he can be a great addition to our squad ahead of next season,” a source in Gor Mahia, who did not want to be named, told goal.com

With the number of allowable foreigners in the KPL reduced, Gor Mahia will need to focus on recruiting local talent.


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