Gor Mahia have had considerable success this season, their group stage campaign in the Confederation Cup standing solid as they are second in their group. The team has had considerable success this season and they are leading the Kenyan Premier League log with an unbeaten run.
Trouble in Paradise - Gor Players On Strike
Capital FM, 27 June 2018
Despite the huge success on the field, all is not rosy in the Gor Mahia camp. Players failed to report to training on Wednesday, a day after their huge 5-0 win over Posta Rangers… Read more »
Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr shouts instructions from the touchline (file photo).
Furious Kerr Accuses Simba of Player Tapping
A furious Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr has threatened to report his former Tanzanian Premier League employers Simba SC of player tapping with reports emerging the side is… Read more »
Deadly Burundian Striker Arrives in Gor Mahia to Replace Kagere
Nairobi News, 28 June 2018
Burundi hitman Francis Mustafa has landed in Nairobi to complete a transfer to Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia. Read more »
Gor Mahia Star on the Verge of Joining Simba
Nation, 26 June 2018
Gor Mahia is on the verge of losing lead striker Meddie Kagere to Tanzanian stalwarts Simba ahead of the Cecafa Club Championships that begins this weekend in Dar es Salaam. Read more »
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