Muguna named new Gor captain


Muguna named new Gor captain
Gor Mahia FC midfielder Kenneth Muguna (L) and teammates reacts after loss to RSB Berkane during their CAF Confederation Cup quarter-final match at Kasarani stadium in Nairobi Kenya on April 07, 2019. RSB Berkane won 2-0. Photo/Stafford Ondego/Sportpicha

In Summary

  • Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia FC have named midfielder Kenneth Muguna as the club captain and will be deputised by defender Joash Onyango
  • Muguna takes over from Harun Shakava who left the KPL champions to join Nkana FC of Zambia after five years at the club

Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia FC have named midfielder Kenneth Muguna as the club captain and will be deputised by defender Joash Onyango.

Muguna takes over from Harun Shakava who left the KPL champions to join Nkana FC of Zambia after five years at the club.

The assistant captain role was aslo vacant after Jacques Tuyisenge also departed at the close of last season and moved to Petro Atletico of Angola.

Muguna joined Gor from Western Stima in 2017, the same year he was named the KPL most Valuable Player (MVP) and left to join FK Tirana in January 2018 before returning back to the club later that year.

Gor are beginning a new era following the departure of key players who formed the backbone of the club’s unprecedented success in the past three years in which they won three consecutive titles.

They also reached the CAF Champions League quarter-finals for the first time ever under Hassan Oktay who has was replaced by Steven Pollack yesterday after he resigned on Tuesday.

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