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The shenanigans that derailed Gor’s CECAFA title quest - 7 months ago, 12 July 16:10

By: Isaac Swila

Isaac Swila in Dar, Tanzania

Gor Mahia will have themselves to blame for missing out on the golden opportunity to win a fourth Cecafa title.

K’Ogalo were their own enemies prior to and during the competition, shooting themselves on the foot when it seemed the stars had aligned for them and the gods were smiling at them too.

Since their arrival here, the camp has been awash by bad smell, which, in practical sense, is not conducive for a side challenging for regional glory and in the battle field.

Having had the benefit of a front row view of their campaign here and the shenanigans that derailed their Cup quest, Citizen Digital takes an analytical look at some of them.

What they got right:

Great enthusiastic coach

There is no gainsaying that in Briton Dylan Kerr, Gor Mahia has ...
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