George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo has thanks Gor Mahia club, fans and stakeholders after completing his move to Tusker FC.
Odhiambo ditched the Kenyan Premier League champions on Thursday, joining the Breweries on a two-year deal after seeing his contract with K’Ogalo. The winger had been with the Green Army since 2014 when he returned to the club from professional stints abroad.
“I want to sincerely thank the entire Gor Mahia FC fraternity for the respect, love, and care they accorded me during my stay with them. I joined the mighty K'Ogalo right from school & it has been like my second home,” he said as quoted by Gor Mahia’s Twitter account.
“I sincerely want to thank the club's fans for the morale support you guys gave me which enabled my growth in football career. It wasn't in vain. I lack words to describe the mighty Kogalo fans but I do pray for the Almighty to give u guys more life full of blessing. Amor Kodu Jothurwa.”
“To EC thanks for believing in me, your advice kept me going. I really thank you, people. Thanks for all you did for me. Personally, I don't know what I can do for you people but I do pray that Jehova will reward you on my behalf.”
”To my fellow players, keep the flames burning. The bar is high but with unity & love, nothing is impossible...
#Love you all