Gor Mahia players snub runners-up medals after defeat

K’Ogalo lost by a solitary goal after Anthony Kimani struck in second half to hand the Dockers their first trophy of 2016

Gor Mahia players refused to pick their runners up medals after surrendering the DStv Super Cup to Bandari on Saturday.

K’Ogalo lost by a solitary goal after Anthony Kimani struck in second half to hand the Dockers their first trophy of the season. However, Gor Mahia players could not take the defeat lightly as they snubbed the presentation ceremony.

A number of fans at Mbaraki Stadium condemned the move by Gor Mahia. “That was a very bad decision by Gor Mahia players and officials. They should be made to understand that in any game there must be a winner and a loser," an agitated fan told Goal.

Bandari under coach Twahir Muhiddin handed starts to new signings Felly Mulumba, Edwin Lavatsa and Dan Sserunkuma against K’Ogalo, who also opted to give Jacob Keli a start, alongside Enock Agwanda and George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo