Otieno, Juma say goodbye to Gor Mahia
11 January 2016, 15:32
Nairobi - Timothy Otieno and David Juma have confirmed that they are both leaving Gor Mahia, due to the lack of regular game-time.
Otieno featured in 12 league games for Gor last season, although 10
of those outings came as a second-half substitute, the K'Ogalo marksman
now deciding that he needs to move on.
"My contract ended and we had agreed that I leave at the end of the season," Otieno told the Kenyan Premier League website.
"I have no regrets at all. Gor is where I made my name, but I needed to make a decision that was good for my career."
Juma, meanwhile, failed to feature in the league for Gor last year,
and the goalkeeper has also made the decision to quit the club.
"To be honest I haven't gotten much time to play in the last two
seasons at the club, and I have been advised to get another club where I
will be get more play time for the sake of my career," the keeper said.
"I know that Gor is a big club and I have enjoyed my time here, but I
also know that for my career to grow I will have to play more often,
and that clearly will have to be somewhere else."
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