Gor Mahia Sack's The Whole Of It's Technical Bench After Poor Run In The League.
Gor Mahia football club have sacked the whole of it's technical bench after a very poor run of the season do far and those sacked includes the head coach Mark Harrison, the assistant coach Sammy Pamzo Omollo and the goalkeeper trainer Jerim Onyango.
Gor Mahia has so far has a very poor run of the season with their latest defeated being against Posta Rangers who won against them by three goals to nill a few days ago and this derailed their efforts to be top of table.
The club is now set to scout a new coach and a new technical bench after the sackings.
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