Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions Gor Mahia have started early preparations for the 2016 season in which they will be taking part in the CAF Champions League and on Friday 18 December they had a massive boost with two key men signing new deals.
Defenders Godfrey Walusimbi and Musa Mohamed have signed two year deals each that will keep them with the 15 – time KPL champions until December 2017.
Ugandan Walusimbi has been a key man for the team after joining two years ago and his confirmed stay will be a boost for the cash strapped side while the team will also be expecting to reap from Musa Mohamed, who played every minute of Gor Mahia’s season in 2015.
The club’s Team Manager Jolawi Obondo confirmed the development on the club’s official website and stated that talks are in place to secure deals for other players soon running out of contract.
“We already agreed on terms with Walusimbi and Musa with two years deal in place for them. We are on with negotiations and will soon finish up the process with the remaining players,” he said.