- The Ugandan international still has a running contract with his side and is seemingly trying to force a move to Kaizer Chiefs
- Chiefs have been interested in the services of the defender for a long time and this latest action is likely to cause frosty relations between the two clubs
Chiefs may likely face sanctions of player tapping if Gor Mahia take up the case with the Confederation of African football.
"Disgusting," these are the words of Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr after being heavily incensed at the way Kaizer Chiefs have been in pursuit of the player in flagrant violation of rules governing the transfer of a player.The Kenyan club who who are chasing a place in the CAF Confederation Cup knockout stages and need to win three games to retain their league title have no idea on the whereabouts of their player amidst reports that he has been seen on social media wearing a Kaizer Chiefs kit and training with Kaizer Chiefs. The player is still contracted to Gor Mahia until 2020.
Briefly.co.za learned that the player sneaked into South Africa and Kaizer Chiefs manager Bobby Motaung confirmed that Walusimbi was in the country. His Kenyan team have been less than pleased and have promised to report the matter to CAF and FIFA. According to soccerladuma.co.za, Dylan Kerr the Gor Mahia coach hinted that, “this is the second time that he’s acted selfishly, thinking about himself and not his club, the fans, but even more so, his teammates." Chief's interest in the player is a well known secret and it remains to be seen how they will prise away the experienced player from their Kenyan counterparts.
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