Record champions Gor Mahia are in a mess having missed the CAF deadline for submission of names of newly signed players as the club was still under FIFA ban.
The Mark Harrison coached tean made a number of signings during the transfer window but will have to play last season's players in the upcoming CAF Confederation Cup matches, confirming this was the club Chairman Ambrose Rachier.
Chairman Rachier defended the club and stated that the club's latest financial struggles are as a result of the debilitating effects of Corona virus.
Gor Mahia's players who will speculate the CAF competition are Dennis Ng’ang’a who signed from Wazito, Boniface Omondi who made a comeback to the club, Peter Lwasa from Kariobangi Sharks, Benson Omala, striker Sando Yangayay, goalkeeper Adama Keita and midfielder Peter Oudu.
However, the players will be free to play in the group stage should Gor Mahia emerge victorious in the 2nd Round and the Play-off.
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