The green army or K’Ogalo as they are famously known should now breath a sigh of relief as their Premier League winning coach has just inked a new deal with the club ending months of speculations of whether he would stay.
Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia have won Bobby Williamson back with a three year deal warding off the likes of Tanzania’s Yanga who were waiting for a moment to sign the Scott. Yanga even claimed to have agreed with Bobby on terms of the yet-to-be-signed deal.
K’Ogalo’s able chairman Ambrose Rachier has confirmed to this blogger that a new “improved” deal has been signed with Bobby to stay in the club till 2017.
Bobby guided the green army last season to win KPL which has eluded the club for the last 18-years.