Record Kenya Premier League Champions Gor Mahia has sacked the club's headcoach Mark Harrison plus his technical bench including assistant coach Samy Pamzo and Jerim Onyango. This came after Gor registered a 3-0 defeat in the hands of Posta Rangers.
The club's Secretary General Sam Ochola said earlier that the club was in the process of searching for the Harrison's replacement after he attended Gor's 3-0 loss to Posta Rangers in Thika and threw blame for the poor results on the technical bench.
He has been replaced by Ugandan coach Paul Nkata who is expected to arrive in the country next week to take over as an interim manager till the end of this season. Nkata has coached different clubs in the Kenya Premier League including Tusker FC, Muhoroni Youths, Bandari FC and Kakamega Homeboyz.
He is remembered for assisting Tusker FC win the league in 2015. Nkata will be assisted by Peter Odhiambo who was serving in the youth team.
Gor Mahia are currently placed fifth in the table after collecting 27 points in 16 matches so far.
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