Reports have emerged that Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr has been given an ultimatum by the club.
The Kenyan champions will tackle South Africa's SuperSport United in the final round of Caf Confederation Cup, and reports indicate he has to win that match or face the exit door.
However, Gor Mahia official Ronald Ngala has rubbished the reports, saying nothing like that has been passed.
“An ultimatum is a big thing that can come from either the club chairman or Secretary General. What you are seeing is just noise by an individual; if we had a problem with him (Kerr), you will definitely know.
“Everyone has a right to say what he/she feels, but that does not necessarily reflect the club's stand,” Ngala told Goal.
“Right now we are preparing for our continental assignment and that is all we want to focus on.”
K’Ogalo was relegated to Confederation Cup after being knocked out of the Caf Champions League by Esperance.