By Samuel Ouma
The Kenya Premier League side Gor Mahia is in the market for a new coach ahead of the 2022/2023 season.
The club made the announcement after parting way with the head coach Andreas Spiers whose contract expired last month.
“We can confirm that we have mutually parted ways with head coach Andreas Spiers. His contract ended, and we are now in the market for a new coach,” read the club statement on its Facebook page.
The German joined the former Kenyan champions in February and signed a 6-month contract that lapsed on June 30.
“Following the expiry of the agreement on June 30, 22, the club Executive Committee has decided that it will not be extending your contract,” read part of the notice letter sent to Spier.
He took over from the sacked Briton Mark Harrison and helped the team finish in the fourth position in the recently concluded season.
The club announced that it will clear any pending dues owed to the technician in the next two weeks.