Gor Mahia players skip training as officials avoid calls

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K'Ogalo players were expected to turn up at Camp Toyoyo Grounds on Tuesday

Gor Mahia players once again skipped training on Tuesday as they continue with their protest over unpaid August salaries.

K'Ogalo players were expected to turn up at Camp Toyoyo Grounds on Tuesday at 3.00PM, but Goal has learnt that things did not go as planned.

"We are not happy with the management for what it is doing to us; before facing Thika, we were promised our salaries by Sunday. On the material day, it was postponed for one day but on Monday none of the officials was answering our calls.

"We cannot go to train on empty stomachs, the management is playing games on us and we cannot allow it. It is either they pay us or we remain at home."

This comes hours before the premier league match against Ulinzi Stars at Kenyatta Stadium, Machakos on Wednesday.

 

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