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Wednesday, 28 August 2019

Oliech: I'm still a Gor Mahia player

Gor Mahia captain Dennis Oliech (left) complains to Botswana Referee Joshua Bondo during their Caf Confederation Cup quarter-final first leg match against RS Berkane on April 7, 2019 at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani. PHOTO | CHRIS OMOLLO |
A dispute between Gor Mahia's management and former Harambee Stars striker Dennis Oliech made the position higher on Wednesday after the player said he did not recognize a letter ending his contract issued to him by the club on Tuesday.

In an exclusive interview with Nation Sport on Wednesday, Oliech refused the letter and insisted that the main reason for not attending training was because of the injury he treated in the broken arm he suffered at the end of last season.

"The stories you have heard are all lies and the truth is that I have never recovered from the injury in my broken hand, the bandage was only removed two weeks ago.

The team manager only called me twice contrary to what was said and even if I did not choose he could text me. "I practiced with Gor Mahia twice after they returned from Burundi and after advice from the doctor I had to stay away, the team manager knew that," Oliech said.

He insisted he was still a Gor Mahia player and blamed the club for not being patient when he recovered from injury.

He further alluded to the termination of his contract to report that he intended to fight for the vacant Kibra parliamentary seat in the soaring election and revealed that the matter was being used to make him a front-line victim in agitation for the rights of the players regarding salary and other mismanagement issues. at the club.


Gor Mahia CEO Omondi Aduda for his part, insisted that the basis for their decision to show the door striker was due to a dirty mistake and a failed attempt to contact him and therefore no longer recognize him as their player.

"We are done with him and whatever action he does is in his own hands. As an employer, you cannot become my player after terminating your contract. Many of the problems he brought have no value for us because we have time to solve them but he avoids us, "Aduda said on Wednesday.

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