Gor Mahia might do without the services of midfielder Kenneth Muguna after the player having been reported to have walked out of the club; this according to a source close to the player.

The former Palos FC, signed for the second time by the club at the start of this season is said to have had made know of his desire to the club’s technical bench with the reason as to why he pulled the move eight games into the season not yet known.


The player was a revelation under the tutelage of head coach Dylan Kerr and was to move to Albania at the start of 2018 to join KF Tirana with his teammate then Musa Mohammed; their services having been lured by coach Ze Maria who had been with Gor Mahia previously.

The Albania move seems not to have gone as planned with both players having left the club less than a year after signing the deals.

Muguna was to sit out of action for a longer period and seemingly struggled in his first games at Gor Mahia this season and has seen less playing time under the stewardship of Hassan Oktay