Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr has admitted that he is not sure which players will form his starting eleven for the league match against Thika United on Sunday.
K’Ogalo have already been crowned the champions but have six matches to play before the season concludes. However, players from the team boycotted training the whole of last week, demanding for their accrued salaries and allowances.
The situation has thrown coach Kerr's plans for the match at Thika Municipal Stadium into dissaray. Coach Kerr has told Goal that he has been promised that all the players will be available for the away fixture.
“I am not sure whether we will be able to have a full squad to face Thika United. I have been told that all the players in my starting eleven will be available. I have not seen them myself but am hoping they have been doing some training.
“It is unfortunate that such things are happening and I pray that all the players selected will be there if not then all our hard work will go to waste.”
The milkmen have lost their last six games in a row, and will be out to get all the points, as they strive to avoid being relegated from the top flight.