Gor Mahia, head coach Andreas Spiers part ways

Gor Mahia head coach Andrei Spier at Ruaraka grounds. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Kenyan football club Gor Mahia and head coach Andreas Spiers have mutually parted ways. 

Spiers joined K’Ogalo at the start of February, a day after Ugandan strategist Paul Nkata’s appointment on an interim basis.

“We can confirm that we have mutually parted ways with head coach Andreas Spiers. His contract ended and we are now in the market for a new coach. We wish him well,” K’Ogalo said on their Twitter.

K’Ogalo’s move comes months after they mutually parted ways with head coach Mark Harrison following a series of meagre results.

Harrison was sacked alongside Harrison his assistant Sammy 'Pamzo' Omolo and goalkeeping trainer Jerim Onyango.

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