Gor Mahia have suspended goalkeeper trainer Mathews Ottamax.
The club’s Organizing Secretary Judith 'Nyangi' Anyango has confirmed to Goal that the former Harambee Stars keeper trainer, was suspended ahead of their trip to Sudan and that he will stay in the cold even when K’Ogalo will be out in Uganda.
Ottamax has not been at absolute peace with the Green Army as was evident in the last quarter of 2016 when he ranted on social media about current coach Ze Maria and his reported sacking. This time round, Ze Maria stopped him from the job citing a ‘behaviour of reporting to work while drunk’ and 'Nyangi' now says that Technical Committee will soon meet to discuss his future at Gor Mahia.
"The coach complained on his (Ottamax) behavior of coming to work while smelling alcohol, a thing which resulted to his suspension. He was not available when we played Al Hilal in Sudan and will not be available when we play Onduparaka in Uganda."
Ottamax has also posted a statement on his facebook account, insinuating that there might be a problem.
Meanwhile, the 2017 DStv Super Cup pitting K’Ogalo against Tusker, which was to be played on Sunday at Kasarani Stadium, has also been postponed until a later date.