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Gor Mahia beef up squad

Gor Mahia has completed the signing of six players in the June transfer window.

The players include: Joseph Njuguna, Edward Mubiru, Nick Auma, Antony Gathu, Itubu Imbem and Dan Sserenkuma.

On the other hand, three were released on Monday. Joseph Kiplagat, Duncan Owiti and Ibrahim Kitawi ahead of the second round of the league that resumes this weekend.

Croat Zdravko Logarusic has said the main of the signing is to improve their squad.

“We want to strengthen our squad and improve our performance in the second round. We want to be the best when the league resumes and work hard to move to the top of the standings.”

Club secretary George Bwana has termed the changes as necessary for the club.

“We haven’t been extravagant in the market but we have done what we needed to do and that is buy players who can strengthen our squad.”

“We had a strong squad but the technical bench saw that the striking force was blunt and the defense had a problem therefore we had to bring in players who can do that job as we wanted.”

“We needed players who could hold the pressure, Joseph Njuguna and Nick Auma are the best for that work and that is why we included them because of their experience.”


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