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Blackberry wants to play for Gor

British-born Fifa agent Ken Joseph has said that his client George 'Blackberry' Odhiambo would relish an opportunity to play for Gor Mahia again.

The 2010 KPL Player of the Year signed a four year contract with Danish Superliga Club Randers FC in 2011 but the agreement was mutually terminated earlier this year.

He then joined Tanzanian side Azam before falling out with the side a couple of months later.

"I know Blackberry has learnt a lot from his mistakes and has matured a lot. I have spoken with the chairman of Gor Ambrose Rachier about him and he informed me that he will meet with his coach Zdravko Logarusic to weigh all options. Alternatively, I am sure so many clubs in Kenya would love to have him,” said the agent.

“Ideally, it would be a great opportunity for 'Blackberry' to play for Gor and I am sure that the fans will be glad to have him back. That could work wonders to boost his confidence. What happened in Randers FC and FC Azam is in the past. Remember, his is only 19 years old, with hard-work and dedication, he can find his way back to the national team.”


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