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Gor Mahia's insatiable search for more strikers to go on

14:16 GMT+4 02/11/2018
Shafiq Batambuze with Gor Mahia CEO Omondi Aduda.
K'Ogalo is expected to have a tough season ahead as they prepare o challenge for four titles

Despite signing Ugandan international striker Erisda Sekisambu and Zoo Kericho ace  Nicholas Kipkirui, Kenyan Premier League champions are not yet done with the offensive department.

Club's CEO Lordvick Aduda has confirmed the team is aiming at getting one talented forward to groom ahead of the new season. "We have signed good forwards but we are not done yet.

"I think we are in for one striker, a local talent that we want to develop, and who will help us in getting the goals. It is good to have a competitive squad because by doing that you push players to give absolutely everything on the pitch, and end up winning you major competitions."

Gor Mahia is headed to the UK where it will play English Premier League side Everton FC in a friendly match on Tuesday.

K'Ogalo is expected to have a tough season ahead where it will represent the country in the Caf Champions League, defend their Kenyan Premier League title, compete for the Shield Cup as well as the Cecafa Club competition and the Super Cup.