The 16-time champions have confirmed that they are in the market for a fitness trainer, who would fill the slot left by Italian, Sandro Fantoni.
K’Ogalo chairman, Ambrose Rachier has confirmed the statement through the club’s official portal.
"We have a very tight season with about 50 matches in total to go and our players really need to be in that good shape to pull it through. They need to be physically fit.”
Gor Mahia, who have been in a good form this season, both domestically and continentally, have bagged 31 points from 13 matches, three points from second placed Ulinzi Stars who have played two more matches.
K’Ogalo are also in Caf Confederation Cup placed second behind USM Algier with 2 points.
Rachier further stressed that they are in need of the trainer urgently.