You can do better: Legend Ochola urges K’Ogalo

Gor Mahia legend Tobias Ochola “Jua Kali” has urged the team to work harder and forge ahead towards achieving goals this season.

Ochola paid a courtesy visit to the team during a training session at Camp Toyoyo on Tuesday ahead of their midweek match against Posta Ranger on Wednesday 10th March 2021 at Moi International Sports Center Kasarani.

Legend Tobias Ochola “Jua Kali” talking to the team during training at Camp Toyoyo on Tuesday 9th March 2021 ahead of their midweek match against Posta Rangers at Kasarani

Ochola encouraged the team, showing them how far the club has come since its formation in February 17th 1968.

“The first think that you must consider playing for God Mahia is the brand Gor Mahia”, Ochola told the team.

Gor Mahia legend Tobias Ochola “Jua Kali” (middle) during hi hey day and Gor Mahia defense line. Looking right is another legend and no KCB head coach  Zedekia “Zico” Otieno

He reminded the players that playing at Gor Mahia gives them greater opportunities not only in football fields, but other cooperate entities.

“Where am working right now, if you don’t know, it’s because of Gor Mahia”, the legend added.

Ocholla was accompanied by fans initiative group Gor Mahia Augmentin who presented to the team winning bonuses.

Headed by the committee member Charles Owino, the fan’s group emphasized on the team’s performance to enable more funds to come in.

Member of Augmentin group Charles Owino talking to players during training session at Camp Toyoyo on Tuesday..

“We are worried you don’t want to win and we do not know what to do with the money we have”, Charles told the players.

Augmentin released a total of Ksh. 83,000 with the first batch of Ksh. 117, 000 released on 21st January 2021.

The team has further promised another Kshs. 83.000 if they win in tomorrow’s match against Posta Rangers.

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  1. The streak of Gor Mahia losses is painful. The team should not be in its current shameful state!The high quality of the players is not in any doubt. So, definitely, the problem is the demoralization of the players and management failure. The team is not a cow only for milking! Pay the players all the salaries and allowances promptly, and MAHIA will start winning the matches.

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