Winger Nicholas Kipkirui has parted ways with Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia.
An established member of the team, Kipkirui has found games hard to come by this season with the former Zoo FC man taking to Facebook to thank the club chairman Ambrose Rachier and coaches Oktay, Polack and Vaz Pinto whom he worked under at Kogalo.
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The player joined Gor Mahia in 2018 and has been linked with a move to the military where he is expected to be incorporated into the Ulinzi Stars team once he is done with his training. Apart from Ulinzi, there have been reports that ‘Kip’ his on his way to league newbies Nairobi City Stars.
The players statement in Full
“Goodbyes are never easy to say but the time has come for me to say it.
“After a successful and bitter-sweet two-and-a-half-year journey, my time at Gor Mahia has come to an end. It was not an easy decision to make but it has been necessitated wholly by the need to make ends meet and take care of my family.
“I wish to thank everyone who helped me in one way or another during my stay at the club. They include club Chairman Ambrose Rachier who signed me from Zoo Kericho plus coaches Hassan Oktay, Steve Polack and Vaz Pinto who have made me a better player.
“I also wish to appreciate my teammates who have supported and pushed me towards achieving my personal and team goals. And to the fans who supported me in very many ways, asante sana and God bless you all.
“I leave this great club as a league champion, national team player and with an experience of playing in continental matches. I will always be a K’Ogalo diehard and hope to come back one day to contribute to this great club in any capacity.
“I wish the club all the best in its assignments.”
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