Gor Mahia goalkeeper Gad Mathews had made claims that his bitter rivals AFC Leopards will go down ahead of Sunday match at the Kasarani Stadium. The two Football Kenya Federation Premier League giants are set to renew their football rivalry with Leopards. Twelve-time champions AFC Leopards are seeking to end their six-year wait for victory in the derby - Leopards last beat Gor in 2016 - while Gor Mahia will be seeking to extend dominance in the fixture.
After a string of poor results, Gor Mahia recently hired German tactician Andreas Spier to replace Mark Harrison. Aside from the excitement among fans for what Spiers could bring to Kogalo, players are eager to learn from the German. Gor's goalkeeper, Gad Mathews, spoke to Mozzart Sports about the atmosphere at the training camp and what to expect.
Record FKF Premier League champions Gor Mahia has named the squad which will be travelling to Egypt for their first leg clash of CAF Confederation match; against Sudanese side Al Ahly Merowe set to be played on Friday, 15th October. Seventeen players have been named in the travelling squad: Gad Mathews, Caleb Omondi, Philemon Otieno, Harun Shakava, Frank Odhiambo, Joachim Oluoch, Ernest Wendo, John Ochieng, Victor Ayugi, Alpha Onyango, Sydney Ochieng, John Macharia, Samuel Onyango, Jules Ulimwengu, Benson Omalla, Fred Nkata and John Nyawir.
Gor Mahia's custodian Gad Mathews' weekend performance versus Bandari in a 0-0 draw was man of the match-worthy, and it is safe to say that with the cleansheet against Bandari, his golden glove ambitions are well on track. Mathew's cleansheet against Bandari was his fourth of the season, following cleansheets against Vihiga Bullets, Kariobangi Sharks, and Ulinzi Stars.
Gor Mahia head coach Mark Harrison has spoken about the future of goalkeeper Boniface Oluoch at the club after he was spotted training with the team. Coach Harrison has maintained that Oluoch is part of the team and falls in his plans adding that his presence brings competition in the department - with four goalkeepers - leading to good performance.
Gor Mahia Names Squad Travelling to Egypt for CAF Confederation Match, Chairman Rachier not Included
Gor Mahia has released the squad travelling to Egypt for their first leg encounter against Al Ahly Merowe of Sudan scheduled for 15th October, 2021. Gor Mahia will be representing the country in the CAF Confederation Cup after winning the Betway FKF Super Cup final against AFC Leopards on penalties.
For years, Gor Mahia has been known for producing some of the most notable Harambee Stars players. Gad Mathews was the latest Gor Mahia player to earn a call up to the national team squad during the recent international break. Gad Mathews, the goalkeeper for Gor Mahia, was in a league of his own last season, and many tipped him to be the next great Kenyan goalkeeper.
Defending champions Gor Mahia have booked a final ticket to the FKF Shield Cup.Gor Mahia also known as the Green Army beat Bidco United 4-1 in penalty.This was after they were held in a draw of 1-1.Kenneth Muguna scored an opener for Kogalo before David Orem equalised. The Green Army started the game on a high.Gad Mathews came to spotlight after he made a fantastic save from Alex Juma's shot.In the 40th minute,Clifton Miheso did well but shot across the goal.
Gor Mahia's number one goalkeeper, Gad Mathews has been on the spotlight over the last week for his fantastic saves against their opponents. In an interview with the clubs questions and answers session Gad talked about a number of things. Gad is an alumni of Kisumu Day High School.Gad said that Gor was a door opening club that a player is able to be spotted by other clubs that wants a quality player.
Gor Mahia's unbeaten run in the Kenya Premier League was halted by on form Kakamega Homeboyz in a match played this evening at Bukhungu Stadium. The hosts, Kakamega Homeboyz came from a goal down to beat Gor Mahia 2-1 and displaced the latter from position two. Homeboyz alias Bana Beingo has now recorded its 21st point tying with league leaders KCB who have played a match extra than Bana Beingo.
Gor Mahia and South Sudan striker Tito Okello has issue a final statement that the club clear his due or he will not be part of club at the end of this season. According to the star ,Tito said that he is planning to quit as he is a foreigner and can't survive outside South Sudan without a salary .
FKF Premier League title holders Gor Mahia lost 2-1 to Kariobangi Sharks in one of the five BetKing Premier League matches played on Wednesday. Sharks' talisman Erick Kapaito and Robert Onyango were on score-sheet for Sharks as well as Jules Ulimwengu of K'Ogalo. Kapaito scored from the penalty spot in the 21st minute after he was fouled in the box.
Gor Mahia were up against Posta Rangers earlier today in an early kickoff. The game started at 1:00 pm.Gor Mahia can finally smile after they got a second win under the new coach after a series of draws. The line up today had a good squad consisting of the likes of Harun Shakava, Samuel Onyango who has a lot of experience in the league,Gad Mathews returned between the sticks after missing out to Njau who has also been fantastic.Tito Okello who has declared his intentions to leave also started while Tanzanian Jules Ulimwengu started from the bench.
Gor earned a slot in the lucrative continental competition after stunning arch-rivals AFC Leopards 4-1 on penalties at Nyayo Stadium on Sunday, July 4, during the final of the Betway Cup final. There was so much more at stake than a CAF Confederation Cup slot, as the winner of the tie also stood a chance of walking home with the domestic trophy and a cool KSh 2 million.
Poor And Wasteful AFC Leopards Stopped By Gor’s Gad Mathews Keeper Gad Mathews was the hero as Gor Mahia humiliated wasteful AFC Leopards to win the FKF Betway Cup that was played at nyayo stadium. Gor won 4-1 through penalties after 0-0 in regulation time. Brave Gad saved 2 penalties from Captain Isaac Kipyegon and Michael Tsuma while Kogalo’s kicks were converted by Sidney Ochieng, Kenneth Muguna, Clifton Miheso and Substitute Sammy Onyango.
Gor Mahia's goalkeeper Gad Mathews played a very crucial role in making Gor Mahia's success in FkF shield cup final against AFC Leopards on Sunday at Nyayo Stadium. Gor Mahia's heroic goalkeeper saved two first penalties of Isaac Kipyegon and Said Tsuma thus giving Gor Mahia a golden opportunity to crowned the champion of FkF shield cup this season with a 4-1 win.
The Football Kenya Federation Premier League curtain raiser - FKF Super League ended 1-1 at full time. Former champions Gor Mahia took the lead in the 55th minute from Samuel Onyango's penalty conversion. The penalty was as a result of Bwire's (Tusker FC goalkeeper) foul on Omala in the box.
Gor Mahia goalkeeper Gad Mathews has said that he hasn't severed ties with the 18-time Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia. However, he has said that he is filling closely a number of offers being tabled by local and foreign clubs. Gad Mathews threatened to leave the club in July and has since not attended any practice sessions despite the league set to be back at the end of this month - 26th September, 2021.
Gad Matthews joined Gor Mahia from Kariobangi Sharks at the start of last season. After watching him take over as Gor Mahia's number one, you could imagine that position was only tailored for him. Although he did not manage to lift the FKFPL title at the end of the season with Gor Mahia, he managed to guide Gor Mahia to lift the Betway Cup, a cup which Gor Mahia won after beating their long-time rivals, AFC Leopards.
Gor Mahia booked a place in the Caf Confederations for next term after being victorious over their arch-rivals AFC Leopards 4-1 on penalties to lift the FKF Shield Cup on Sunday afternoon. Image Courtesy The two giants settled for a barren draw in the normal time, in a clash that was rather a dull one being without the usual pomp at the Nyayo National Stadium.