Seventeen-time Kenya Premier League champions Gor Mahia FC, have parted ways with Ivory Coast forward, Ephrem Guikan. 

Guikan found himself further down the pecking order when ‘KOgalo’ signed Erisa Ssekisambu, Nicholas Kipkirui and Dennis Oliech during the November-January transfer window.

Guikan was set to leave the side at the end of last season after falling out with then coach Dylan Kerr but decided to stay when Kerr left the club.

However, his relationship with current coach Hassan Oktay has not been any better, and he has barely featured for the club this season, and stormed to the dressing room two weeks ago when he was substituted in the first half during a league match against Mt. Kenya United at the Kasarani stadium.

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Confirmed reports indicate that Guikan has completed his move to Zambia Super League outfit Buildcon FC on a two year deal after being released by Gor Mahia FC.

Meanwhile, Kenyan Premier League outfit Kakamega Homeboyz have suspended head Coach Paul Nkata and his entire technical bench for allegations of match-fixing syndicate.

Kakamega Homeboyz chairman, Cleophas Shimanyula confirmed the suspension of the entire technical bench saying the management has concrete evidence on their involvement.


And Allan Wanga has been appointed caretaker coach assisted by David Juma as the Kakamega based side look for a permanent coach.

According to the chairman, players have confirmed that there was a match fixing scandal in a game against Sony Sugar and Mathare United where Moses Chikati scored an own goal against the Sugar men.


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