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Gor Mahia fans have been left in dismay with the latest news concerning their head coach Hassan Oktay. K’Ogalo confirmed that Oktay has been granted leave to attend to family issues at his home country and will be leaving on Tuesday.

Oktay also revealed during an interview that he had informed the club his decision of leaving for Turkey and is not sure whether he will be back to continue with his assignment.

“Gor Mahia are a big club in East Africa and Kenya and one needs to put your brain and your all to handle such a great team,” Oktay said in an interview on Monday.

“But for now I am faced with a number of family issues which have affected me and I cannot concentrate. I am really struggling to concentrate and I must go home to sort out the issues first before I know my next move,” the Turkish coach added.

His sudden ‘leave’ has, however, left K’Ogalo fans dismayed and are concerned whether their coach will come back;

Lucio14@LSubanese·15hReplying to @FCGorMahiaBest news to kick off the week.

JOB™@OchelleJNR·15hReplying to @FCGorMahiaTimeline? We wish coaches well..

George@George07669343·14hReplying to @FCGorMahiaAt this time? Marcelo and Kerr left the same way

Replying to @FCGorMahiaHehehehe, same script always

Aroko@Aroko99128985·14hReplying to @FCGorMahiaBe open and say he has left, before it’s late ker should come bk, very first

J.O@ougo_odiwuor·12hReplying to @FCGorMahiaWe wish him well in his new greener pastures.

Austeen Toney@ToneyAusteen·15hReplying to @FCGorMahiaHuyu anarudi kweli?

Oktay replaced Dylan Kerr and went on to win a record 18th Kenyan Premier League (KPL) title with the side. He also helped the club to reach the quarter-finals of the Caf Confederation Cup for the first time in history.

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Gor Mahia fans have been left in dismay with the latest news concerning their head coach Hassan Oktay. K’Ogalo confirmed that Oktay has been granted leave to attend to family issues at his home country and will be leaving on Tuesday.

Oktay also revealed during an interview that he had informed the club his decision of leaving for Turkey and is not sure whether he will be back to continue with his assignment.

“Gor Mahia are a big club in East Africa and Kenya and one needs to put your brain and your all to handle such a great team,” Oktay said in an interview on Monday.

“But for now I am faced with a number of family issues which have affected me and I cannot concentrate. I am really struggling to concentrate and I must go home to sort out the issues first before I know my next move,” the Turkish coach added.

His sudden ‘leave’ has, however, left K’Ogalo fans dismayed and are concerned whether their coach will come back;

Lucio14@LSubanese·15hReplying to @FCGorMahiaBest news to kick off the week.

JOB™@OchelleJNR·15hReplying to @FCGorMahiaTimeline? We wish coaches well..

George@George07669343·14hReplying to @FCGorMahiaAt this time? Marcelo and Kerr left the same way

Replying to @FCGorMahiaHehehehe, same script always

Aroko@Aroko99128985·14hReplying to @FCGorMahiaBe open and say he has left, before it’s late ker should come bk, very first

J.O@ougo_odiwuor·12hReplying to @FCGorMahiaWe wish him well in his new greener pastures.

Austeen Toney@ToneyAusteen·15hReplying to @FCGorMahiaHuyu anarudi kweli?

Oktay replaced Dylan Kerr and went on to win a record 18th Kenyan Premier League (KPL) title with the side. He also helped the club to reach the quarter-finals of the Caf Confederation Cup for the first time in history.

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