Gor Mahia FC’s third chaoice keeper David Juma has been released after two years of minimal play time at the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions.
Juma signed up with Gor Mahia two years ago, joining from Western Stima. On his first season he was the second choice keeper but fell down the pecking order on his second season.
The Gor Mahia Assistant Secretary General Ronald Ngala has confirmed that the keeper has been given the all clear to leave as that was his wish, to seek more play time elsewhere.
“Juma found it hard to rise to the match day squad here and he requested to leave at the expiry of his contract. We have granted him the leave and wish him the best. Now we have brought in Gradus Ochieng as replacement,” he said.
Reports have linked Juma with a move to Kakamega Homeboyz who have been promoted to the top flight after two seasons out.