Should Gor Mahia Be Sold To A Strategic Investor For It To Reap?
Gor Mahia's social media platforms in the past week has had a very interesting conversation. The debate was about what would happen if the Kenya giants got some rich people who bought the club.
The idea of having a tycoon getting the club came about when some of the fans were impressed with what is going in Tanzanians club Simba Fc. Just a years ago Simba was no where near Gor Mahia's Level.
Things changed when Tanzanians invested in development of structures to improve the team. Simba then made huge strides forward and at the moment they have qualified for the Champions league Knock out stages.
On the other side, Gor Mahia has made huge strides backwards. Simba came for Gor Mahia star players. The likes of Francis Kahata and Joash Onyango.￼ K'ogalo has been faced with major setbacks lately and had a lot of financial issues
Gor Mahia could replicate Simba's way and revive the teams name back to the top list.
Do you think Gor Mahia should be sold to some tycoon for it to get back to it's rightful place? Share your thought down below
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