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DENNIS OLIECH COMES OUT IF RETIREMENT,JOINS GOR MAHIA

Oliech comes out of retirement, pens two-year deal with Gor Mahia

  • Legendary striker Dennis Oliech on Wednesday came out of retirement, penning a two-year deal with record KPL champions Gor Mahia FC.
  • The move to the KPL giants had been on the horizon in the last two-weeks, with both parties working over time to win the signature of the decorated former FC Nantes and Auxerre striker.

Legendary striker Dennis Oliech on Wednesday came out of retirement, penning a two-year deal with record KPL champions Gor Mahia FC.

The move to the KPL giants had been on the horizon in the last two-weeks, with both parties working over time to win the signature of the decorated former FC Nantes and Auxerre striker.

Oliech put pen to paper at around 1300hrs at the private offices of club’s long serving chairman Ambrose Rachier in Upperhill, Nairobi.

Though the financial details were not made public, the former Harambee Stars captain will pocket close to Ksh 2 million in sign-on-fee and a monthly salary of about Ksh 200,000 making him one of the top earners at the glamour club.

Oliech impressed head coach Hasan Oktay after three days of training, leaving him with no choice but to rop him in. The Kenyan giants are short upfront and needed an experienced goal-poacher to lad their charge in the KPL as well as on the continental scene, where they have been drawn against New Star de Douala of Cameroon in Caf Confederations Cup knockout stage. The aggregate winner of this tie progress to the group stages of the competition where Ksh 27 million is up for grabs.

  • Legendary striker Dennis Oliech on Wednesday came out of retirement, penning a two-year deal with record KPL champions Gor Mahia FC.
  • The move to the KPL giants had been on the horizon in the last two-weeks, with both parties working over time to win the signature of the decorated former FC Nantes and Auxerre striker.

Legendary striker Dennis Oliech on Wednesday came out of retirement, penning a two-year deal with record KPL champions Gor Mahia FC.

The move to the KPL giants had been on the horizon in the last two-weeks, with both parties working over time to win the signature of the decorated former FC Nantes and Auxerre striker.

Oliech put pen to paper at around 1300hrs at the private offices of club’s long serving chairman Ambrose Rachier in Upperhill, Nairobi.

Though the financial details were not made public, the former Harambee Stars captain will pocket close to Ksh 2 million in sign-on-fee and a monthly salary of about Ksh 200,000 making him one of the top earners at the glamour club.

Oliech impressed head coach Hasan Oktay after three days of training, leaving him with no choice but to rop him in. The Kenyan giants are short upfront and needed an experienced goal-poacher to lad their charge in the KPL as well as on the continental scene, where they have been drawn against New Star de Douala of Cameroon in Caf Confederations Cup knockout stage. The aggregate winner of this tie progress to the group stages of the competition where Ksh 27 million is up for grabs.

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