Gor Mahia’s Joash Onyango has parted ways with the club and is set to sign for Tanzanian giants Simba SC.

Joash who was also Kogallo’s assistant captain will sign a two- year deal with Simba, making him the latest player from Gor to join the ‘Wekundu Wa Masimbazi’. He follows in the footsteps of Meddie Kagere and Francis Kahata who have all enjoyed massive success since they shifted base to the land of Bongo. The duo helped Simba win the Vodacom Premier League as well as the Azam Federation Cup.

Multiple reports show that Joash decided to cut short his stay at Kogallo due to unpaid salary running into thousands of shillings.

Joash joined Gor Mahia back in 2017 from Western Stima and went on to become an integral member of the first team.

Apart from winning KPL titles with Gor, he also won individual awards like the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award at the end of the 2018/19 season.

Gor Mahia has already lost goalkeeper David Mapigano to Azam FC while winger Boniface Omondi and keeper Peter Odhiambo have joined Wazito FC.

The club has only managed to sign keeper Levis Opiyo from Nairobi City Stars and it remains to be seen how it will handle it’s transfer business in the just opened transfer window.