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Football | Kenya

Gor confirm Logarusic return



Gor Mahia coach Zdravko Logarusic is expected to arrive back in Kenya on January 2 ahead of the new Kenyan Premier League season.

Logarusic left the country last month for Christmas holidays in his native country, Croatia, without making any commitment to the FKF/President’s Cup champions after talks over a new contract stalled.

But according to the club’s secretary general George Bwana, Logarusic has already communicated his travel details and is expected to report for duty immediately after the New Year celebrations.

“We were never in doubt about the position of our coach. He has contract with us. He is a professional and has a commitment to the club,” Bwana is quoted as saying by Gor’s official website.

“We may have had our little differences but that has been solved and I can assure our fans that Logarusic will be in Nairobi on January 2.”

Bwana further said Logarusic has been in communication with Gor and is quite aware of the new players the club is targeting.

The Tusker Premier League giants have already acquired the services of David Otieno (Western Stima) and Zachary Onyango (Coffee Board-Ethiopia).

K’Ogalo are also chasing the signature of dropped Tusker striker Obadiah Ndege, KCB midfielder Paul Kiongera and Kira Young defender Israel Emuge.



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