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Gor’s altitude camp at Loitoktok

[Posted 31 Jan 2011]
[By Charles Malingha]
Gor’s altitude camp at Loitoktok

Gor Mahia are leaving nothing to chance as the 2011 Kenyan Premier League’s kick-off draws closer.

After their training match against Ghana at the Nyayo National Stadium on Sunday, ’K’Ogalo’ leave on Monday for high altitude training at Loitoktok on the slopes of Mt Kilimanjaro.

Gor, second to Ulinzi Stars last season, will be based at the Outward Bound Training Centre at the border town for 10 days.

Gor need the energy especially after losing their pin-up striker George "Blackberry" Odhiambo to Danish league side FC Randers this month.

Gor have signed up eight players after losing as many ahead of Monday’s close of the KPL transfer window.

"Top on the list of K’ogalo’s new catches is Ezakiel Odera, the tiny talisman from KCB who found the back of the net 11 times last season," Gor’s assistant secretary in charge of operations, Ronald Ngala, said in a press statement at the weekend

City Stars’ midfielder Denis "Wise" Okoth, former APR of Rwanda forward Moses Odhiambo and defender Collins Omondi of relegated side Mahakama are among Gor’s other signings.

The club has also snapped up Bobab Tusubira of Hoima FC of the Ugandan Super League.

The other signings are schoolboy midfielder Roy Okal and defender Fred Otieno both formerly at Nyanza’s Koderobara Secondary School and the top scorer in the recent Under-20 invitational tournament in Rwanda, Edwin Lavitsa, an Upper Hill High School alumnus.

"Dropped players include Zablon Otieno, who has been promoted to assistant coach, Peter Opiyo, who has gone back to Thika United, Abdulmalik Mohammed, who has been released back to the National Youth Talent Academy, together with Andrew Murunga," Ngala added.

Andrew Ongwae and Felix Opiyo completes the list of six. "Blackberry" and Cameroonian Balwin Ngwa have been released to join Randers of Denmark and Jeunese Sportif Kabilye of Tunisia respectively.


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