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Mutiso delighted with Gor move



Innocent Mutiso is thrilled to have joined Kenyan glamour club Gor Mahia FC.

Mutiso, who was recruited from Mathare United, is naturally hoping he will have a good season with the Tusker Premier League giants.

“Gor Mahia is one of the biggest clubs in Kenya with a good history and very passionate fans who are always there for the club. Any player would wish to play for such a club and I’m therefore very happy to be joining this club,” said Mutiso.

“After narrowly missing to clinch the title last season, the club expects to do so this year and also win other titles. I’ve only trained with the club for a few days, from Saturday 12 January, but I’ve seen the hunger for success in the players and staff.

He added: “I have been out for a while so I’ll have to work on my fitness, which I hope to regain in good time and help the club achieve titles this year. I hope to have a good season here.”

Mutiso was instrumental for Mathare United in the first leg of the 2012 season but a knee injury derailed his progress. He resumed training in December but negotiations to renew his contract fell through.



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