“I left Gor Mahia because the terms and conditions agreed on were not fulfilled by the club. The second incident is that I got injured and never got any medical attention from the club.” - Tusker FC's Hashim Sempala in an interview with Kawowo Sports- #Pepeta (📸 Courtesy)
(FKF) has declared Gor Mahia as the 2019/2020 champions of the Kenya Premier League after calling of the season amid the coronavirus break. Nairobi City stars will be promoted to the premier league to replace Sony Sugar FC who were relegated after giving 3 walkovers. #Sirkal
Gor Mahia continued their dominance over arch rivals AFC Leopards as they edged them by a solitary goal in an entertaining Kenyan Premier League match ...
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