Gor Mahia coach reveals interesting reason for casual dressing against Nakumatt

‘I borrowed the black top from Haron Shakava’

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Many football fans on social media criticized the kind of attire terming it inappropriate for the touchline but the former Simba coach has defended himself that putting a suit is not his thing.

That aside, he says that he was to put on a white kit but it was not possible since their opponents were in white. He finally had to borrow a black shirt from his defender Haron Shakava in order to stand at the dugout.

"I never wear a suit because playing football is in my blood. I kick, shoot and head every ball. So wearing suits is not my style.

"Yesterday, I could have put on my white kit but I wasn't allowed; I borrowed the black top from Shakava," he told P Live.

Gor Mahia won the match by a 2-0 margin courtesy of Eugene Ambulwa (own goal) and George Odhiambo.

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