Gor Mahia sign three more players
- Earlier on Tuesday, club chairman Ambrose Rachier told Citizen Digital that they intend to balance the squad out by giving preference to the areas most affected by the exodus.
Gor Mahia have added three more players in their squad ahead of the new season as they race to wrap up their transfer activity.
Joining the squad are right-back Kelvin Wesonga Mutsosi and centre-back Kennedy Odhiambo, both from Western Stima as well as midfielder John Ochieng from Chemelil Sugar.
Wesonga has penned a four-year deal while the rest have both committed to two year deals.
The signing of the trio brings to 10 the number of new recruits.
Others are goalie Levis Opiyo from Nairobi City Stars, Sydney Ochieng (Western Stima), Tito Okelo (Vipers, Uganda), Andrew Juma (Mathare United), John Macharia (Georgia), Benson Ochieng Oluoch (Western Stima) Bertrand Konfor (Cameroon).
Earlier on Tuesday, club chairman Ambrose Rachier told Citizen Digital that they intend to balance the squad out by giving preference to the areas most affected by the exodus.
“We have lost 14 of our own and what we are doing now is filling the gaps left vacant. But also we shall review our squad and ensure we get the right players with the right experience from both locally and abroad,” Rachier told Citizen Digital.
He hinted at dropping some players in the squad but said that decision will be guided by coach Steven Pollack who will advise on which players he intends to work with.
Rachier added they wish to hasten their recruitment process for continental registration purposes since the the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has already released its calendar for the season.
“We shall not wait for the window period deadline of November 3 since CAF has released its calendar. We need to recruit faster and hit the ground running.’’
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