Gor legend feels they have bought 'too many' players
09 January 2014, 12:29
Nairobi - Gor Mahia legend Peter Dawo feels that the club has bought too many players in the current transfer window.
Gor have brought in over 12 new players to the club in the current window, a number which Dawo feels will only serve to unbalance a title winning squad.
He also says that the club will suffer from letting many experienced players leave the club, pointing at the loss of the likes of Ivo Mapunda, Donald Mosoti and Ivan Anguyo.
" Have Gor brought in too many players? Yes, I think so.
" Have too many experienced faces left? I think so too.
" The thing with a transfer window is to ensure that the squad improves without hurting the balance of the side and I think Gor have unbalanced it.
" They have let a few experienced players leave the club and have also brought in too many forward thinking players. I think they might have got it wrong.
" Bobby Williamson and Ogolla are very experienced coaches but lets wait and see what will happen in the coming months, he added.
Dawo also feels that the return of George 'Blackberry' Odhiambo is unnecessary.