With Boniface Oluoch, David Okello, John Waw, Wycliffe Kasaya and Jacktone Odhiambo set to retire in the near future, there seems to be a vacuum with the development of young keepers being curtailed by the foreigners.
Related Content KPL Round One: Nine things to look out for On Saturday, he opened his account for the new season cleverly intercepting Philemon Otieno’s back pass to beat Boniface Oluoch from close range.
David Kingatua made it 2-0 in the 55th minute when he pounced on back pass by Philemon Otieno to goalkeeper Boniface Oluoch to score from close range.
- Kenya's Gor Mahia have qualified for the CAF Champions League - The KPL champions defeated Malawi's Nyasa Bullets to book a spot in the continental competition - K'Ogalo goalkeeper Boniface Oluoch emerged hero after making two penalty saves to help his side win 4-3 on penalties Kenya Premier League champions, Gor Mahia, on Wednesday, December 5, bounced back to winning ways after seeing off Malawi's Nyasa Bullets to book a place in the CAF Champions League in Kamuzu Stadium, Blantyre.
Gor Mahia first choice goalkeeper Boniface Oluoch was the hero as his two penalty saves inspired his side to a 4-3 post match penalties win against Nyasa Big Bullets in Kamuzu Stadium, Blantyre.
Veteran shot stopper Boniface Oluoch saved an 88th minute before forcing the match into penalties after the Malawians had taken a 55th minute lead.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 5 – Often receiving stick for his performances for the record Kenyan Premier League champions, goalkeeper Boniface Oluoch was vital as Gor Mahia progressed to the first round of the CAF Champions League with a 4-3 post-match penalties win over Malawi’s Nyasa Big Bullets in Blantyre on Wednesday.
Gor Mahia—Goalkeepers: Boniface Oluoch, Fredrick Odhiambo; Defenders: Philemon Otieno, Shafik Batambuze, Harun Shakava, Joash Onyango, Charles Momanyi, Pascal Ogweno; Midfielders: Boniface Omondi, George Odhiambo, Bernard Ondiek, Ernest Wendo, Humphrey Mieno, Cercidy Okeyo, Samuel Onyango, Lawrence Juma; Forwards: Erisa Sekisambu, Francis Mustafa.
TRAVELING PARTY Goalkeepers: Boniface Oluoch, Fredrick Odhiambo Defenders: Phillemon Otieno, Shafik Batambuze, Harun Shakava, Joash Onyango, Charles Momanyi, Pascal Ogweno Midfielders: Bernard Ondiek, Ernest Wendo, Humphrey Mieno, Cercidy Okeyo Forwards: Samuel Onyango, Lawrence Juma, Erissa Ssekisambu, Francis Mustafa, Boniface Omondi, George Odhiambo, Technical bench: Zedekiah Otieno (assistant Coach), Hassan Oktay (head coach), Jolawi Obondo (Team Manager), Willis Ochieng (Goalkeeper Trainer), Patrick Otieno (Team Doctor) John Pesa (vice chairman), Alfred Kirui (Head of delegation from FKF)
Sharks scored the only goal of the match after 52 minutes when Ugandan import George Abege teed up substitute Sydney Lokale who beat his markers before sending in a delightful match into the back of the net with Gor Mahia custodian Boniface Oluoch well beaten.