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After the departures of Benjamin Ochan, Ezekiel Owade, and John Oyemba, AFC Leopards were left with no first-team goalkeeper and were forced to promote Maxwell Mulili from their junior team to take over the first-team goalkeeping duties. Mulili was new, had no experience, and had no backup, so it was nearly impossible to believe that he would effectively play all of Ingwe's games this season.
Kenya premier league summer transfer window was opened on 10th August. The recruitment departments and management teams are now able to fully focus on re-tooling their squad between now and the new 2020/21 campaign, the market is gearing up for what could be an incredibly busy period. To help you keep on top of all the latest done deas, here I distill all of the done deals in Kenya. John Macharia - Thika United to Gor Mahia Gor Mahia have completed the transfer of John Macharia from FC Kolkheti on a two-year
The KPL long champions have made team changes geared to maintaining its position in the Kenyan Premier league. The new players joining the champs are: Tito okelo- mid fielder from Vipers SC (Ugandan champions). He has signed a three-year contract. John Macharia- Winger (free agent) from georgia. He has signed a two-year contract. Levis Opiyo – Goal keeper from City Stars. He has also signed a two-year contract. Andrew Juma - from Mathare United. He has also signed a two-year contract. Sydney Ochieng -
The KPL Champions Gor Mahia are said to be in talks with former Wazito and Kisumu All Stars goalkeeper Gad Mathew over his signature. Gor Mahia have been reported to have started negotiations with Gad so as to convince him to sign for them. Gor Mahia have already two goalkeepers Levis Opiyo and Samuel Njau need to have four keepers due to many domestic as well as Championship tournament for 2020/2021 seasons. The premier league champions are said to have settled for Mathew because he has premier league experience
Gor Mahia have unveiled more signings ahead of the new season. The green army have roped in Cameroonian defensive midfielder Bertrand Konfor on a two year deal from Al Mudhabi of Oman with shot stopper Levis Opiyo joining from newly promoted Nairobi City Stars. The former National Polytechnic Midfielder, Konfor, who can also operate as a central defender, has much experience gathered through his time in Oman, in the Middle East, where he represented Ahli Sidab club, Jalan Club and Al Mudhabi in the last three
Photo /courtesy Incumbent Kenyan premier league title holders Gor Mahia have dominated the local league for a decade now winning more than five consecutive titles in a row . Gor Mahia's dominance has extended to the East African region winning local tournaments like the Kagame cup using academy players. This however was not the case yesterday when Gor found itself on the receiving end of Algerian side CR belouizdad in a CAF Champions league qualification fixture. Photo /courtesy Gor was hammered a staggering
Gor Mahia are building their squad ahead of the next season campaign . The club has already brought in three foreign players and six local players. Andrew Mihelisero a Malawi winger has signed a three year contract with the club . The acquisition of the 17-year-old means he becomes the third foreigner to be signed at Gor Mahia in the current transfer window after Cameroonian Bertrand Konfor and Tito Okello of Uganda. Among the players who have already joined the club this summer are Benson Omalla, Sydney Ochieng,
Gor Mahia have been busy this summer window with marque signings been unveiled this week ahead of the team's preparation for next season. The green army have brought in eleven new signings in a squad revamp with imminent departures expected at the club. Goalkeepers. After the departure of first choice goalkeeper Davis Mapigano to Azam and back up keeper Fredrick Odhiambo moving to Wazito Fc, Gor have acquired the services of former Ligi Ndogo and Nairobi City Stars shot stopper Samuel Njau from Western Stima.
During this period of the transfer window, various football clubs worldwide have been linked to their potential targets. In Kenya football league, Gor Mahia has embarked on releasing some players whereas signing new players. Earlier today, K’Ogalo chairman Ambrose Rachier gave an update on the transfer of new players to the club.“We shall make a decision on the players to retain as the very first exercise. The second one, but all of them are inevitable, is that you have to make a decision for various reasons