Gor Mahia match against Tusker switched as Dennis Oliech ends exile
Gor Mahia and legendary Kenyan striker Dennis Oliech has ended his strike over remuneration concerns and will be available for the Kenya Premier League clash with Tusker which has been switched to Afraha stadium in Nakuru.
Oliech has been on a go slow and has failed to train in the last four days and missed the 2-0 win in the CAF Confederation Cup over Hussein Dey at the MISC on Sunday, pleasing his head coach Hassan Oktay
“Dennis is a professional player and it was good to have him in my squad. As much as there are issues to be sorted, it is good to have such players in your plans. He was quoted by Goal.com
“I was impressed with him because he looked sharp in training and I will definitely give him a start tomorrow (Wednesday).
“I have tired legs in my squad already and with the Caf tie against Hussein Dey coming up on Sunday, I will decide on whether to start him and also rest a few players, maybe nine or seven, but I promise that I will rotate the squad for the Tusker match,” Oktay added.
— GOR MAHIA FC (@OfficialGMFC) February 26, 2019