Gor Mahia set to pen deal with apparel company

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K'Ogalo will announce their permanent jersey supplier in June

Gor Mahia are fast-tracking the process of signing a long-term deal with a company to supply their jerseys.

K’Ogalo have donned jerseys from seven different companies since 2011 and the management is now thinking of having one direct supplier for a long period of time.

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Secretary General Ben Omondi has explained to Goal that they are currently in talks with two manufacturers and that they will pick one by the end of the league’s first leg.

“We have not had a proper jersey supplier for quite some time and we think it will be prudent if we get one now. We have already identified two, from which, one will become Gor Mahia’s official supplier.”

Here are the companies who have served Gor Mahia in the past; Adidas (2011), Legea (2012), Peak (2013), Joma (2014), Uhlsport (2014), Under Armour (2015), Joma (2016).

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