Mahia Promise Action Against Amakhosi Amid Player Row
Gor Mahia head coach, Dylan Kerr, says that Godfrey Walusimbi didn’t have permission to leave for South Africa, saying that action will be taken against Kaizer Chiefs over the matter.
The Siya crew reported over the weekend that the 29-year-old left back had made his way onto the Amakhosi’s radar as they search for an experienced left back before the transfer window closes, and it has since been revealed that the Ugandan international actually came to Mzansi to meet them.
Mahia, with whom the defender still has a contract, were angry at Walusimbi’s actions, saying shortly afterwards that they were considering taking the matter to FIFA after Kaizer Motaung allegedly apologised and admitted to tapping up the player prior to him flying into Johannesburg.
Now, as the club look to continue their impressive form in the league and CAF Confederation Cup, Kerr has had his say on the matter, blaming the player, Chiefs, and the player’s agent for the mess.
According to futaa.com. Kerr said, “Walusimbi is out of the equation, he chose himself to go to South Africa, he didn’t have my permission, he didn’t have the club’s permission, him the agent and Kaizer Chiefs are the ones to blame for this and we will take action against all three of them.”
Giovanni Solinas’ side is currently training in Polokwane, and it is believed that the left back did not travel with the team.