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Gor focus on Confed Cup



President’s Cup champions Gor Mahia will continue with business as usual despite some discontent from a band of supporters.

A group of fans have called for a special general meeting to take place on Sunday to air their grievances over the handling of the club’s affairs.

Gor vice-chairman Faiz Ochieng, however, has ruled out any chance of that happening, saying the side are currently focusing their attention on the upcoming 2013 Caf Confederations Cup.

“Some people are out to see wrangles at the team and nothing else. Such are the people whom I always tell they should put the club ahead of anything else. I insist that those are petty politics which are not important at the club right now,” said Ochieng.

“The team will be playing in the Confederations Cup and it is only logical that we approach this as a united team. We are looking at ways to better the team so there is no way we can hold an SGM on the 6th. The timing is wrong and I hold that it will affect the team and many other issues. The right time for that will come so they should just be patient for a better forum.”

Gor had a great season in 2012, winning two trophies and finishing second in the league standings.



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