Gor Mahia striker Benson Omala is back in the country after a short stint with Swedish Ettan side Linkoping City.

 

Omala was scheduled to be at the club for six months after joining them in May but that hasn’t materialized with a source close to the player saying he wasn’t ‘ready mentally’ for the club.

 

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“The club had high demands owing to their position in the league something the player found hard to adapt to. He looked home sick too and they saw it was in the best interest for the player to return home,” the source told Pepeta.

 

During his time at the cub, Omala managed five games with a total of 225 minutes under his belt. His debut came against Qviding FIF on May with games against Ljungskile, Trollhattan, Atvidaberg and Lund coming thereafter.

 

He leaves the club placed bottom of their league with just two pints after ten games.

 

The player will now join his parent club Gor Mahia who have been in some good streak of form. Apart from reaching the semi-final of the FKF Shield Cup where they will be meeting Bidco United on Sunday, Kogalo are currently placed fourth with 31 points; seven points below leaders Tusker FC.

 

In fighting for the June 30th deadline, Gor has ties against Mathare United, Sofapaka, Bandari FC, Tusker FC and Western Stima in the month of June.

 

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