It is believed that Hassan Oktay's resignation has been triggered by the need to be close to his ailing parents as well as siblings in Turkey. The condition of his close family members had weighed down on the Turkish coach who guided K'ogalo to a record-extending 18th league title last term.
Gor Mahia Coach Resigns
Nation, 6 August 2019
Gor Mahia coach Hassan Oktay has resigned. Read more »
Gor Mahia coach Hassan Oktay celebrates Nicholas Kipkurui's goal during the Mashemeji derby at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani on May 19, 2019.
Oktay Throws Gor Off Balance Ahead of CL
Capital FM, 6 August 2019
Just four days before their first round CAF Champions League tie away to Burundi's Aigle Noir, Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia have been thrown off balance with the… Read more »
Maurice Ojwang', a versatile centre half, joins a crowded department that has Joachim Oluoch, Joash Onyango, Charles Momanyi and newly signed Elvis Ronack. Read more »
Dennis Oliech, who has been on retirement, will be one of the highly paid footballers in the Kenyan Premier League. As a member of the national team, Oliech became Kenya's all-time ... Read more »
Hassan Oktay says he is ready for the challenge at a club he has referred to as the biggest club in Kenya, noting that his first immediate task is returning the winning mentality ... Read more »
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