Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna. PHOTO | CHRIS OMOLLOGor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna. PHOTO | CHRIS OMOLLO
By NAHASHON MUSUNGU

Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna has reportedly fallen out with club coach Dylan Kerr over his potential move to Europe.

The coach publicly criticized the player after the team’s 1-0 win over Nakumatt in a midweek Kenyan Premier League match.

The English trainer took offence with Muguna’s failure to show up for training without explanation. Kerr even suggested the former Western Stima player was “dodging” duties.

“He (Kenneth) should have played this game but he opted not to. I always advise them to take their job seriously. They (players) are paid for this, not dodging duties,” Kerr said.

LUCRATIVE MOVE

Whereas Muguna has explained that he missed training due to a “swollen knee”, Nairobi News has established that the reigning Kenya Premier League player of the year is said to be pondering over a lucrative move to Europe which will guarantee him a Sh450,000 monthly salary.

However, it’s not clear if Gor Mahia have been informed of this development, although word has it that Muguna’s suitors from Eastern Europe want him to link up immediately for pre-season.

This even as Zambian champions Zanaco are also said to have maintained a long standing interest in Muguna, having failed to lure him at the start of this season.