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Coach May not be coming back
Report from goal.com
Report from goal.com
The local giants are staring at another troublesome transfer window as some key players are keen to exit
Football Kenya Federation Premier League side Gor Mahia are staring at a possible mass exodus in the January-February transfer window, GOAL can confirm.
Jules Ulimwengu, Benson Omala, and Ernest Wendo are the players who are keen on leaving K'Ogalo.
"The coach is in the UK and the chances of him returning are minimal, I can assure you. He was not with us during the Nairobi City Stars game and we could have seen his back," the source said.
"Even Ulimwengu, Wendo, and Omala, I am afraid, will not be part of us in the near future. Gor Mahia are staring at a possibly bleak future. Should the three players leave, we will find it hard to replace them, especially Wendo.
"Wendo has been our outstanding midfielder for a very long time, and his exit, just like [Kenneth] Muguna's, will affect us badly. It means we will have to make do without his dedicated services.
"If Harrison does not come back finally, it means he will be back at the drawing board, and being at the drawing board means looking for another coach who will come and begin everything afresh.
"For sure, this is not the way to build a bigger and more successful club like the one that Gor Mahia aspire to be."
Ernest Wendo of Gor Mahia.
Asked whether the players have received transfer offers, the source preferred to explain what could be the reasons they are strongly considering leaving instead.
"We have struggled financially. That is in the open and this is the major reason why the players are interested in moving away," the source added.
"For the coach, I understand he is frustrated that things are not working the way he anticipated, especially because of the struggle the technical team and the playing unit are facing.
"If things are not sorted soon, we are staring at a disastrous season."
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