Why there is trouble in the Gor Mahia camp

Gor Mahia's Charles Momanyi (left) and Bandari's Felly Mulumba vie for an aerial ball

Gor Mahia's Charles Momanyi (left) and Bandari's Felly Mulumba vie for an aerial ball during their Football Kenya Federation Premier League match at Utalii grounds on June 30, 2021.

Photo credit: Chris Omollo | Nation Media Group

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  • They claimed they will never participate in the financial initiatives put by the current Executive Committee to bail out the club and accused Obondo of poor transfer policy which has seen the club signi low quality players.
  • They also said the club should speedily look for a foreign coach to replace Portuguese tactician Carlos Vaz Pinto, who exited three weeks ago.

The crisis at Gor Mahia continues to deepen with over 10 players believed to be on their way out of the broke defending champions, who are yet to win in the last seven matches in the Football Kenya Federation Premier League.

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