With Nyayo given the all-clear, onus is on Gor to deliver in CAF assignments

Peter Lwasa

Gor Mahia's Peter Lwasa (centre) celebrates his goal with Boniface Omondi (left) and John Mcharia during their Football Kenya Federation Premier league match against Kariobangi Sharks at Kasarani on October 27, 2021.

Photo credit: Chris Omollo | Nation Media Group

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  • Has the mentality of Gor Mahia management not advanced since then or where are we missing it? Can’t the current management realise that, just by changing the structure of the club a little bit and everyone will enjoy football while earning some return on investment from the club at the same time?
  • Of course, this will call for better accountability in the running of the affairs of the club. Conversely, the management will be earning legitimately more income for their services than what they maybe sneaking out with such mediocre management style.”

One of the best piece of news I got to read in this season when Kenya’s football is filled with gloom was that Confederation of African Football (CAF) has cleared our beloved Gor Mahia to host  the Republic of the Congo’s AS Otoho d’Oyo in their return leg of the CAF Confederation Cup play-offs at Nyayo National Stadium.


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