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Football | Kenya

Moses Odhiambo @ SS com

Odhiambo back at Gor



Gor Mahia sighed with relief after midfielder Moses Odhiambo returned to the country on Sunday evening.

Odhiambo’s short sojourn at Oman side Salalah did not pan out as expected as they failed to agree on personal terms.

Discussions broke down after Salalah reneged on their earlier promise forcing the mercurial midfielder to return back home.

"Everything went well but we failed to agree on the terms as I felt they were not very sincere."

"It was a great experience but at times things don't go as planned but I know there is a next time and maybe then we might agree on the terms," Odhiambo told supersport.com upon arrival.

"I am going to my club Gor Mahia where I want to help them in both the league and continental fixtures by giving 100 percent," Odhiambo added.

Gor coach Zradvko Logarusic said he was delighted to have him back for the 2013 season.

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