Hassan Oktay to stay behind as Gor Mahia travel to face Nyasa Big Bullets

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The Kenyan champions are scheduled to take on Nyasa Big Bullets of Malawi in the return leg of the Caf Champions League

Gor Mahia will depart for Malawi minus new coach Hassan Oktay.

The Kenyan champions are scheduled to take on Nyasa Big Bullets of Malawi in the return leg of Caf Champions League at Kamuzu Stadium on Wednesday. K’Ogalo are carrying a slim 1-0 advantage following the goal via Benard Ondiek in the first leg played at Kasarani Stadium.

And despite the new Gor Mahia coach Oktay arriving in Kenya and watched the team lose to Kariobangi Sharks in Shield Cup, he will not make the trip.

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Gor Mahia are scheduled to leave for Malawi in two batches - the first batch of 16 will leave on Monday at 6:15am aboard a direct Ethiopian Airline flight to Blantyre, while the second batch of nine will leave on Tuesday at 6:15am via Addis Ababa.

Gor Mahia squad; 1 – Boniface Oluoch, 2 – Fredrick Odhiambo, 3 – Philemon Otieno, 4 – Shafik Batambuze, 5 – Harun Shakava, 6 – Joash Onyango, 7 – Charles Momanyi, 8 – Pascal Ogweno, 9 – Boniface Omondi, 10 – George Odhiambo, 11 – Bernard Ondiek, 12 – Erisa Sekisambu, 13 – Francis Mustafa, 14 – Ernest Wendo, 15 – Humphrey Mieno, 16 – Cercidy Okeyo, 17 – Samuel Onyango, 18 – Lawrence Juma.

Technical Team;19 – Zedekiah Otieno – Coach, 20 – Hassan Oktal – Coach, 21 – Jolawi Obondo – Team Manager, 22 – Willis Ochieng – Goalkeeper Trainer, 23 – Patrick – Team Doctor, 24 – John Pesa – Club official and 25 – Alfred kirui – Head of delegation.

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