Gor Mahia cheque rejected by NSL club

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Goal has obtained the cheque which was used to end Gor Mahia's search for Vihiga United defender

Gor Mahia’s attempt to sign National Super League defender Bernard Ochieng from Vihiga United met a rude reception.

K’Ogalo had tabled their offer to the club over the player but the youngster simply rejected the offer forcing his club to return the cash they had received from the Green Army.

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Goal has obtained copies of the cheque and slips showing a transaction of Sh200, 000 back to Gor Mahia after the money had been wired into Vihiga United’s account.

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The player has since extended his contract for two years with the National Super League side.

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