Gor done in transfer market
Kenyan Premier League (TPL) giants Gor Mahia will not be engaging any further in transfers as the team prepares for a busy season in 2013, the club’s head coach Zdravko Logarusic has confirmed.
The team has so far signed six players and managed to hold on to their top performing ones in the and the Croatian born tactician believes he has a good enough team to do duty for K’Ogalo in the season.
He admits that he wanted to sign one more striker but the ones he had a look at fell short of his desired attributes and so he will just do with the available group.
“I do not imagine we will do any more serious business before the current transfer window shuts, though I felt we still needed a striker and I did look around but did not get one with the qualities I desired so much,” he said.
“That, however, does not mean we are short in the offensive section, we have a good team here and I am also satisfied with the kind on transfer dealings we made in the month. I believe we picked the best players we could under the circumstances and I look forward to a better season this time round.”
So far, the team has signed Paul Mungai Kiongera, Abbey Natty Kunrumi, David Otieno, Innocent Mutiso, Israel Emuge and Zachary Onyango as the January transfer window heads to a close on Thursday 31 January.