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Olando undergoing trials at Gor



Former Tusker midfielder Chrispine Olando is currently on trial with Gor Mahia.

The player was dropped by Tusker after the end of the 2012 season. This was after spending most of the year nursing an injury.

He has since fully healed and according to Gor Mahia secretary general George Bwana, he would be an asset to them, if he the club’s head Coach Zdravko Logarusic decides to sign him.

“Olando is a very talented player and should he join us, he would bring along a wealth of experience, which will give us an edge in the league,” he said.

“We had him train with us and he will attend a number of assessment sessions with the team before a decision can be made,” added Bwana.

Gor resumed training on Thursday under the stewardship of assistant coach John Bobby Ogolla.

This is with head coach Logarusic yet to jet back into the country after spending over a month in his home country, Croatia.

The tactician had been expected to join the team on Wednesday but he did not show up, under unclear circumstances.



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