Godfrey Walusimbi of Uganda evades challenge from Mahmoud Hassan of Egypt
Wednesday Aug 15, 2018. 15:00
Kenya giants Gor Mahia will take action against Kaizer Chiefs after Godfrey Walusimbi left for South Africa without permission from the club.
According to reports, the 29-year-old left back traveled to South Africa to meet with the Amakhosi, who are believed to be interested in signing the defender. His actions duly angered Mahia with whom he is still contracted and the club have since considered to take the matter to FIFA.
Chiefs chairman Kaizer Motaung allegedly apologised for Chiefs actions and admitted to 'tapping up' the Uganda international before his flight to Johannesburg..
“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," head coach Dylan Kerr told futaa.com.
Mahia top the KPL standings by a whopping 14 points having recorded 19 wins in 25 games this season. Furthermore, the Kenyan club are unbeaten in four 2018 CAF Confederations Cup group stage fixtures.