Bizimana Amissi signs for Sofapaka

Sofapaka FC have unveiled their fourth signing this mid-transfer window after confirming the arrival of midfielder Bizimana Amissi. The Burundian international has completed his move to Batoto ba Mungu from Rukinzu FC after penning a two-year contract. The club has confirmed his arrival in a statement released. “Sofapaka have completed the signing of midfielder Bizimana Amissi,” the statement reads. “Bizimana joins the 2009 league champions…

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Gor Mahia has no money to sign players

Gor Mahia FC head coach Steven Polack has acknowledged that he has no plans of signing new players for his club. According to the British tactician, the club has no money to support transfer activities. Steven Polack has already identified a few players he would love to bring to strengthen the squad. However, the financial situation at the club has forced…

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Eric Ouma targets Manchester United move

Kenya national team defender Eric Ouma claims that his ultimate dream is to play for English Premier League giants Manchester United. According to Ouma, if any chance for joining the Premier League comes, he would like to play for Manchester United. The 23-year-old marauding left-back is currently plying his trade for AIK Fotboll in the Swedish top tier. Asked which is his…

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Johanna Omollo – Kenya targets 2022 World Cup qualification

Kenya national team player Johanna Omollo claims that they are targeting the 2022 World Cup qualification. This comes after the Harambee Stars reached an agreement with their former head coach Adel Amrouche. The East African side were subjected to dismissal from World Cup qualifiers after failing to pay Amrouche a fine of Ksh109million. However, as per the Court of Arbitration for…

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Gor Mahia FC player locked out of house

A player from Kenyan Premier League side Gor Mahia FC has been locked out of his home and his belongings were auctioned after failing to pay rent for several months. The 18-time KPL champions have been struggling to raise players’ salaries for several months after losing their shirt sponsors SportPesa. The key player who is currently in his rural area was…

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Dennis Oliech – Tusker deserved this season’s title

Former Kenyan national team star Dennis Oliech believes that Tusker deserved to be crowned the champions for the 2019-20 Kenyan Premier League. Instead, Gor Mahia were announced the champions following the cancellation of the season due to Coronavirus. However, according to Oliech, Tusker deserved the crown ahead of his former employers. “According to me, Tusker would have bagged the title if the…

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Michael Olunga – I get motivated when fans sing ‘Hakuna Matata’ song

Harambee Stars striker Michael Olunga has revealed that he gets motivated whenever the Kashiwa Reysol fans sing a song for him. The lethal striker moved signed for Kashiwa Reysol from China and despite the team being relegated a season ago, he remained to help them gain promotion for the current season. He has now revealed how the famous Swahili song…

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Sammy Omollo – Gor Mahia sacked me in a bad way

Posta Rangers head coach Sammy Omollo claims that Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia fraudulently fired him from his role as the head coach in 2007/2008 season. The 49-year-old tactician replaced Diego Romano from lowly known side Hamza Heroes but things did not go as planned. Omollo found an inexperienced Gor Mahia side struggling for consistency in the top tier and he failed…

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Steven Polack disappointed as other coaches call for season cancellation

Gor Mahia FC head coach Steven Polack claims that there is a plot by some of the Kenyan Premier League clubs calling for the cancellation of this season so as to deny K’Ogalo their fourth consecutive title. According to Polack, these clubs and their coaches pressurize Kenyan Premier League (KPL) to declare this season null and void. “There is a…

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Kenneth Muguna – Gor Mahia should pay players’ salaries

Kenyan Premier League side Gor Mahia captain Kenneth Muguna claims that the club should respect players by paying their salaries. Gor Mahia have been struggling financially since they lost their sponsors Sportpesa at the beginning of the season. As a result, therefore, the players are crying foul as the club continues to frustrate them with the last payment, a paltry sh3000…

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