Erisa Sekisambu arrives in camp

Gor Mahia’s new signing, Erisa Sekisambu whose arrival had been delayed due to disagreements over his signing bonus, has reported to the KOgalo camp in Nakuru.

Additional reporting from sportsfanug.com

The center forward penned a two-year deal with the reigning Kenyan Premier league champions in late October but money had not exchanged hands hence delaying the completion of the move.

The 23-year-old former Vipers SC player is expected to join the rest of the team as they begin a one week camp in Nakuru County on Wednesday morning.

Erisa Ssekisambu’s arrival adds to six the number of foreign players at KPL Champions and the club will have to drop or loan one to create space for the Ugandan vibrant international.

Erisa Ssekisambu was at Uganda Premier League Champions Vipers Sports Club last season and joins fellow Ugandan Shafik Batambuze at the K’Ongalo.

Geoffrey Ochieng

Gor Mahia have signed Western Stima defender Geoffrey Ochieng.

“Ochieng is our player, he has been signed on a four-year deal and we are excited to have him on board. He has enough quality to be a top defender, and he will definitely fit our playing system.” said CEO Omondi Aduda to goal.com

Ochieng joined Stima from Kisumu Palos. He has previously been a transfer target of several KPL teams including Gor Mahia, Bandari and Sofapaka. He can play at either fullback or central defence.

21 thoughts on “Erisa Sekisambu arrives in camp

  1. Not sure if sportpesa have a say on squad size. We have 34/36 players in camp. Surely can we trim this big squad to a manageable number of say 26/27 and in the process cut our bloated wage bill ? ….another issue for AGM to ponder

  2. @Jakoyo I think what you are suggesting is already in the plans of EC. That squad will be trimmed down to 27. It’s just unfortunate that there is no hope of returning Teddy Osok, Oliver Maloba and our wonderboy in Mathare back to the fold.

    Meanwhile, Nyasa Bullets of Malawi have warned Kenyan champions Gor Mahia have to expect a bruising battle when the two sides clash in the Caf Champions League preliminary round next week.

  3. Teams like Nyasa Big Bullets are coming to defend with their lives for a nil nil scoreline. They will park the bus with two lines of defence from the midfield with the striker operating deep to help them defend. We need to unlock and deconstruct them for a 4-0 or 3-0 scoreline and on that will be advising Zico on an all out attack zonal marking high pressing Dutch Philosophy “blitz kraigh” sudden wingplay attack football…

  4. Ja’Asego, blitzkrieg is only possible with the likes of Boniface Omondi, Blackberry and Innocent Wafula. Unfortunately Innocent Wafula is not in our CAF roster. However, as you suggest that would be the best antidote.

    1. BB we will make up for lack of Innocent Wafula by using the electric speed and agility of Shafik Batambuze so we build up from the wingbacks who then send it centrally to the holding midfielders who spread it wide to the flanks as it is brought it to the strikers for finishing. We will make them run till they break their midfield defensive line chasing the ball…

      1. If ever this comment reaches you. Jasego isetiyo matek..berr. . I say so because admin has blocked all my comments recently.

        1. Jamriambo Osiepa i have received well your comment bro…We will loan out players and release few others to have a manageable squad size…

  5. Roberto Oliviera Goncalces popurlarly known as Robertinho seems to be the front runner to replace Dylan Kerr as the new Gor Mahia coach.Born on 22 June 22, 1960 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Roberto Oliveira Gonçalves do Carmo aka  Robertinho, is the current coach of Rwanda’s Rayon Sports. He is a Brazilian football manager and former player. As a player, Robertinho played at both professional and international levels as a striker.
    Robertinho played club football for various sides in Brazil, Portugal and Switzerland. He earned one international cap for Brazil on 25 September 1980, against Paraguay.
    Tactician Oliveiro started his coaching career in 1995 at Grössembacher shortly after announcing his retirement from professional football as a player at the same club.
    Ever since, he went on to coach as many as eighteen different football clubs in different countries in; Latin America, Asia and Africa. He has coached Angolan National team as well as Angola’s Atletico Sport Aviacao. In 2007, he was the manager of Tunisian club Stade Tunisien.

     

     

     Who is Roberto Oliveira Goncalves?
    Born on June 22, 1969 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Roberto Oliveira Gonçalves do Carmo, also known as Robertinho, is the current coach of Rwanda’s Rayon Sports and a front Runner to replace Dylan Kerr at Gir Mahia. He is a Brazilian football manager and former player. As a player, Robertinho played at both professional and international levels as a striker.
    Robertinho played club football for various sides in Brazil, Portugal and Switzerland. He earned one international cap for Brazil on 25 September 1980, against Paraguay.
    Tactician Oliveiro started his coaching career in 1995 at Grössembacher shortly after announcing his retirement from professional football as a player at the same club.
    Ever since, he went on to coach as many as eighteen different football clubs in different countries in; Latin America, Asia and Africa.

     

     

     

     

     

  6. With the way our kpl teams are signing,I hope this time round they will offer Gor competition which has been none existent for so many years…

  7. Can Kerr respectfully concentrate on his new job as he chose to leave of his own volition. I have been reading too many articles mara he says this mara that all in reference to K’Ogalo vis a vis his new job at Leopards. I take offence at him talking of our problems to South African media and other sites who won’t stop interviewing him. Kerr just help your new team avoid relegation as that is your main deliverable target according to your contract and forget Mayienga atleast the negatives. Talk of us in good light only but some sentiments are not important like our financial challenges that you keep yapping about day i day out on social media…

  8. Roberto Oliveira is not going to be kogallo coach , NEVER ! any tiki taka bragging coach will outrightly be rejected by the committee

    1. @Jakoyo, why Jabaridi? You are not part of the committee and this youra-nena-yawa football can be confined to only one team in Kenya which is Ingwe. I hope it is not cold syndrome which is affecting your environment. We need entertaining football but not Ingwe style of piga mbele mbele football. Football need to entertain fans and Gor Mahia has always been tiki taka football since immemorial bwana Jakoyo.

      @Jasego, please educate this mad guy.

      1. Hehe @Jamigori our brother Jakoyo thrives in being controversial at all times. Roberto Gonclaves is a good coach even by the way he guided rayon sports tactfully past us in the latter stages of Caf speaks highly of his coaching credentials. We will welcome him whole heartedly to guide us while displaying beautiful joga bonito football and winning matches while at it…@Jakoyo Coach bobiro kata ionge kata idagii

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