Ivorian striker Ephrem Guikan has parted ways with Gor Mahia on a mutual agreement with the club.
The developments were confirmed to Gor Mahia website by club official Sally Bolo.
“Guikan requested to leave and as a club, we have to respect that. We had a mutual agreement and we have given him the release letter as per regulations,” Bolo said.
Guikan is reported to be heading to a club in Zambia and his departure will mean the number of foreign players have reduced to four at Gor Mahia.
Gor Mahia coach Hassan Oktay was reported to be unhappy with the Ivorian striker’s attitude.
This came after Oktay pulled off the misfiring Guikan for the legendary Dennis Oliech after 42 minutes in a league match between Champions Gor and Mt. Kenya United, a change that left the Ivorian furiously charging back to the dressing room as fans jeered at him.
Guikan, who had quit the Kenyan champions in November before making a U-turn following the resignation of coach Dylan Kerr, took to his Facebook.
It seems like the latest decision by Guikan to leave the defending Champions is final and there is no going back.