Gor Mahia FC is considering taking action against Collins 'Gattuso' Okoth, who has reportedly become unruly.
The player has been on and off K'Ogalo training sessions, missing matches against Muhoroni Youth and Tusker FC. Club's Organizing Secretary Judith Nyangi says the player has been summoned to appear before discplinary committee and action will definitely be taken.
- Nico Gonzalez: Barcelona's 'spectacular' new Busquets emerging from La Masia
- Ronaldo regret for Solskjaer as Man Utd misfits Martial, Sancho & Van de Beek disappoint in West Ham defeat
- Saul struggles again but Loftus-Cheek impresses in Tuchel's Chelsea Carabao Cup reshuffle
- Is this Bielsa burnout? Leeds' winless start to the season raising understandable alarms
"'Gattuso' has proved to be difficult to handle, he is doing things as he pleases and as a team we are not happy. He has not been regularly attending training sessions and he has been skipping matches. He was supposed to play against Muhoroni but went AWOL and his ticket was wasted," Nyangi told Goal.
"Last Sunday against Tusker, he decided not to honor our call and he chose to remain at home. We are not going to tolerate that, we have summoned him and he has to explain why that is happening.
"Action will definitely be taken against him because it is wrong and we do not support that at all."
Gor Mahia secured their first trophy this season after downing the brewers by a solitary goal to clinch Super Cup.