Gor Mahia will be looking to reclaim their former glory in the FKFPL after finishing 7th last season. Gor Mahia can still mount a strong challenge with the quality they have, despite notable departures such as Clifton Miheso and Kenneth Muguna, and there are quality forwards in their recently announced signings who can help them improve their goal-scoring form. Two of Gor Mahia's most exciting striking signings for the coming season are Peter Lwasa and Boniface Omondi.
Boniface Omondi, a 26-year-old striker, is no stranger to Gor Mahia, having played for them briefly before moving to Wazito in 2020, where he has proven to be one of Kimanzi's most dependable players. On his return to Gor Mahia, his top flight experience will be crucial.
After departing from Kariobangi Sharks at the end of the season, Lwasa has been training with Gor Mahia for some time. Gor Mahia's offer of a two-year contract could indicate that the Ugandan winger impressed during his trials and is ready to fill the void left by Clifton Miheso. Below is Peter Lwasa's Facebook post confirming his Gor Mahia move.
Does Gor Mahia still have enough to regain their dominance in the Kenyan football scene? Only time will tell, but the fact that they are investing in their forward department means that this time round, it's goals they want.
Apart from the FKFPL league, Gor Mahia will be representing Kenya in the CAF Confederation Cup. Thus, what we can do is wish them all the best in the upcoming season.
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