Gor Mahia has been going through a lot of in house problems, mostly occasioned by financial hardships at the club but chairman Ambrose Rachier is convinced that the troubles will last only for the short term.
Rachier has stated that the management will put its house in order in good time to submit the team for the CAF Champions League in 2016, where Gor Mahia will be featuring for the third consecutive year.
A key issue that Rachier has to deal with is the players’ contracts heading to the close of the year and with two players already having signed extensions, the chairman is convinced that a few more will follow.
“We are in the process of securing the future of our players in preparation for next season and we should be done in good time to submit names to CAF,” Rachier told the club’s official website.
Michael Olunga and Meddie Kagere, the club’s two best performers in the season will be out of contract at the end of the year.
The club has also been linked with Francis Kahata, who has been out of action for the last six months after leaving Albanian club KF Tirana.