Gor Mahia is set to suffer a major blow after their three key players being linked to exit the club during the transfer according to Goal. Gor Mahia might lose their two striker Jules Ulimwengu and Benson Omala together with the midfielder Ernest Wendo. The three players contract is coming to an end yet the club has not shown any interest of extending their contracts.
With 21 league titles to their name,Gor Mahia are definitely the biggest club in Kenya.They have dominated the Kenyan football scene just until recently when things started going bad for them.Mismanagement,wrangles and corruption by top officials has seen the club struggle and even fail to pay its players.This resulted to players boycotting training and playing games which has seen the club drop points.They failed to win last year's league title and as things stand they won't make it this year.Things have become worse after their head coach Mark Harrison who travelled to the United Kingdom has refused to come back.His reason is lack of salary playment by the club.As if that is not bad enough,their three key players Jules Ulimwengu,Benson Omala and Ernest Wendo are seeking transfers from the club this January transfer window.The three are also unhappy with the club for delayed salaries and unpaid bonuses.This crisis at Gor is has seen them lose the past two games and are likely to lose more in the upcoming matches.
KCB FC players PHOTO COURTESY Kenya Commercial Bank football club are leading the 2020/21 Kenya Premier league table. KCB have played a total of twenty matches so far and have managed to collect a total of fourty two points. They are point clear a head of second place Tusker football club.
Photo Credit (Google Image) Gor Mahia has terminated the contracts of its foreign-based strikers as they seek to improve on their last season's poor form. It is no longer news that the former KPL Champion Gor Mahia were not at their best in the just concluded 20/21 season.
Benson Omala made a return from Sweden after terminating his 6 months loan stay at Linkoping. The reason for his return was mainly because of the frustrations he had to endure at Linkoping. Omala's return to Gor Mahia may have been at an opportune time as Gor Mahia have had trouble in front of goal.
Because he failed the fitness test, Philemon Otieno was forced to watch his teammates compete in the CAF Confederation Cup Playoffs against Otôho. Philemon was one of three Gor Mahia players, along with Jules Ulimwengu, Sydney Ochieng, and John Ochieng, who were unable to play due to COVID-19 issues and injury but were included in the 16-man traveling squad.
FKF Super Cup winners Gor Mahia are one step away from qualifying for the group stages of CAF Confederation Cup. The Kenyan representatives defeated their hosts Al Ahly Merowe 3-1, in a match played in Egypt as from 8 PM. The hosts took the lead in the 41st minute but that did not shake a determined Gor Mahia side which came from behind to score thrice.
Gor Mahia came from behind to pull back a point in 1-1 draw with Nairobi City Stars in the Betking Premier League match played at the Ruaraka complex on Saturday afternoon. City Star's early goal in the first half by Kevin Okumu was cancelled by Jules Ulimwengu in the 65th minute hence pulling Gor Mahia back in the game.
The Caf Champions league tournament will be continuing on Sunday 5th December, as both clubs prepares for the knocked out stage. Gor mahia in their match came from behind to win against Al Ahly Merowe of Sudan. The former FKF premier league Champions has been scheduled to take part in the Caf Champions league tournament against Otoho of Congo at Nyayo Stadium.
Gor Mahia are labouring under pain amidst the sad news that their two top strikers Jules Ulimwengu and Tito Okello will not be fit for the Mashemeji derby. Gor Mahia's coach Carlos Vaz Pinto confirmed the sad news to Gor Mahia's fan on Friday evening. " We are unsure whether Tito Okello and Jules Ulimwengu will be fit as we take on rivals AFc Leopards in the FkF shield cup final.
Gor Mahia was in Congo Brazzaville where they had a match against the country's champions AS Otoho d'Oyo on Sunday, November 28. Kogalo were beaten one-nil with a return match this weekend in Nairobi. The record champions are already in the country, however, two of its players have been detained after they tested positive for Covid-19 infection.
Kariobangi Sharks completed a hat-trick over Gor Mahia with a 2-1 victory at Thika Stadium on Wednesday in an FKF Premier League match.Forward Erick Kapaito opened the scoring in the 42nd minute, followed by Robert Onyango's second in the 71st minute, and despite second-half substitute Jules Ulimwengu pulling a goal back in the 89th minute, Sharks held on for maximum points, six more than Gor Mahia, who won the first round meeting 4-2.
Gor Mahia played their first match of the CAf qualifications round against All Ahly Merowe of Sudan.The Kogallo team lined up a squad of players with experience, with some of them having played in the competition last season.Some like Benson Omalla finally got their chance and he didn't let the team down.
Gor Mahia visited AS Otoho of Congo for the CAF Confederation Cup play-off match on Sunday. After stipulated in the Covid 19 regulations, when a team goes for any game outside the country players must be subjected to Covid 19 test. the tests were conducted on the Kogalo players however Jules Ulimwengu and John Ochieng were barred from paying the after turning positive.
The CAF Confederations Cup between Gor Mahia and Sudan’s Al Ahly Merowe that was slated on Sunday 24 October at Nyayo Stadium, has been canceled. In possession of a letter sent by CAF to both the Football Kenya Federation and the Sudanese Federation, the latter had confirmed that their representative in the game wont honor the return leg after losing in Egypt a week ago.
Gor Mahia surrendered the race for the FkF title after suffering a 2-1 defeat to Kariobangi Sharks on Wednesday at Thika stadium. It was the second match in charge of coach Sammy Omollo since the exit of Portuguese tactician Carlos Vaz Pinto. Sharks started the match by pressing K'0galo for an opener goal.
After the FKFPL league break due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March many footballers were affected. In Kenya the players who may have been hit badly were the international one's who had been brought buy clubs from other countries to feature for some teams in our league. Of the international players who were affected, Gor Mahia was the team on the verge of losing some of their top stars.
Five matches from the Kenya Premier League were played today as from 1 PM EAT. Two matches kicked off at 1 PM EAT with the remaining matches starting at 3 PM EAT. KCB pulled a come back against Ulinzi Stars who had taken an early lead in the additional minutes of the first half.
Gor Mahia have been in good form. Their good form can be credited to their impressive defense, but not their toothless striking force. The finishing has been poor to the point that unlike their previous league campaign, they have consistently been registering narrow wins. This can be clearly seen in their last few matches.
Gor Mahia moved to fourth on the log with win over Wazito Fc on Monday afternoon. Jules Ulimwengu scored the lone goal to secure the three points for the green army. Substitutes Samuel Onyango and Ulimwengu combined to great effect as the latter latched on a well timed through ball to beat Opiyo in goal for Wazito.