Ambrose Rachier to quit Gor Mahia

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  • He has however been criticised for a laissez-faire leadership style that has seen the club sink into debt, leading to the freezing of their accounts due to tax arrears.
  • Also, he has been blasted for failing to monetise and professionalise the club despite the huge following that it commands, and despite being a close friend of opposition leader Raila Odinga.

Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier, 69, has confirmed that he will exit the club at the end of his tenure, and that he will not vie in the upcoming Football Kenya Federation polls.

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