Gor Mahia players urged to prove their worth

K'Ogalo players have been challenged to win matches in order to maintain the club's status

Gor Mahia players have been urged to work hard with the aim of registering positive results in mind.

K’Ogalo finished second last season and have so far lost two friendly matches ahead of 2017 season kick-off. They fell 1-0 to Sudani Premier League giants Al Hilal in mid-January and fell 2-1 to Thika United on Saturday at Camp Toyoyo with a few weeks to the start of the season.

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Speaking a day before the Thika United friendly match, Chairman Ambrose Rachier called upon his players to maintain Gor Mahia’s standards by playing good football and winning matches.

“Gor Mahia is a good club that is loved by many and we shall make sure that you get the necessary support. I urge you to work hard because the standards keep rising and we have to match up to expectations,” he told the league's official website.

The Green Army signed a total of 14 new players and released 11 including goal keeper Fredrick Onyango, who has since retired from active football.

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