Kenya Premier League Champions Gor Mahia have resumed training while adhering to covid 19 protocals set by the ministry of sports.

The team started light training sessions in small groups as it waits for further directive from the government on the complete resumption of contact sports .

Gor’s Secretary General Samuel Ocholla noted that the team hopes that in two weeks, everything will get back to normal.

“Gor Mahia have started training in small groups in anticipation that may be in the next two weeks, the Ministry will allow us to train full time. We hope the Covid-19 curve will continue flattening” he said.

“The team has been doing non-contact training and we have made sure we have items in place to observe the Covid-19 protocals,” added Ocholla.

On his end, Gor team manager Jolawi Obondo also stressed that his side will adhere to all the set protocals as they begin preparations for next season.

“The Covid-19 pandemic really affected the team but we’ve regrouped and doing the light training sessions while observing all guidelines as stipulated by the Ministry” he said.

Gor Mahia will be looking to defend the league title and give a good showing at the Continental stage in the CAF Champions League.

The team is currently without head coach Steve Polack who is away on holiday.

K’Ogallo have also made new signings to help strengthen the squad with notable arrivals being Jules Ulimwengu from Rayon Sports, Tito Okello from Vipers SC and Benson Omalla from Western Stima.