After a one week tour of United Kingdom where they played one high profile friendly match against Everton, Gor Mahia will resume training tomorrow (Tuesday) to prepare for the new season.
That was confirmed by the club’s CEO Lordvick Aduda who said time is up and they need to hit the ground running in readiness for the CAF matches as well as the new season which will be kicking off in early December.
“After consultation with the technical bench, we have decided that the team should resume training tomorrow (Tuesday) to start preparing for the tasks ahead. We have CAF matches and new season coming up in December and we better start preparing in good time,” Aduda told the official Gor Mahia website.
The CEO added that: “We are planning to meet Football Kenya Federation to discuss the issue of Super Cup match scheduled for 2nd of December against Kariobangi Sharks. We have the return leg of CAF match against Nyasa Big Bullets on the 4th of December away in Malawi.”
Commenting on the rumours that are sizzling in the air about head coach Dylan Kerr ditching the club, Aduda clearly stated that the official communication they have is that coach Kerr is away seeking medication and will be coming back as soon as he is done with the medical process.
“The official communication we have from the coach is that, he remained in UK to get some medical attention and he will be joining us as soon as he is done. He is in communication with his technical staff and the word is that, he should be joining the team probably by end of next week,” noted Aduda.
Gor Mahia will be hosting Nyasa Big Bullets in Nairobi on the November 27th in CAF preliminary stage of qualification first leg match.