The former KCB hit man reveals to Goal.com that he was never given a chance to prove himself while at K'Ogalo and his constant stay on the bench stagnated his careerThika United forward Ezekiel Odera has sensationally claimed that Gor Mahia wasted his career when the club signed him two years ago.
Odera said he was never given a chance to prove himself at the club and his constant stay on the bench stagnated his career.
"Looking back, it was the wrong decision to join Gor Mahia one which I regret because I did not have a chance to prove myself. The pressure was too much and no one really gave me a chance," he told Goal.com.
Odera said he is glad to have rediscovered his form at Thika United where he has so far scored three goals in the Kenyan Premier League and announced that he is back to his old form.
"I am back with a bang and I certainly look forward to play against Gor Mahia if only just to prove a point," he said.
Before joining Gor in 2011, Odera was at KCB where he had emerged the top scorer for the bankers. He returned to KCB last season but did not have the same impact.
His move to Thika this season has however, as revived his career as he remains coach one of coach John Kamau's top strikers in the Brookside sponsored side.