Dennis Oliech sends KPL clubs plea to sign him

Dennis Oliech sends KPL clubs plea to sign him

Fred Kennedy
September 17, 2019 at 9:25 AM

- Oliech is yet to find a new club after parting ways with Gor Mahia

- Gor showed Oliech the door in August over alleged misconduct

- The iconic striker has since extended an olive branch to the KPL champions

Former Harambee Stars Dennis Oliech has sent Kenya Premier League clubs a 'come get me' plea just days after being sacked by Gor Mahia.

The KPL champions terminated Oliech's contract on Tuesday, August 27, just months after the legendary striker joining the club.

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Gor signed Oliech on a two-year contract in January 2019, before resolving to cut short his stay.

The side alluded to Oliech's below par performances as one of the reasons they resolved to end their association with the player.

Dennis Oliech sends KPL clubs plea to sign him
Dennis Oliech in action for Auxerre. Photo: Getty Images
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The decision saw the former Auxerre and Nantes player move to the Sports Tribunal, accusing K'Ogalo of wrongful dismissal.

The iconic striker has however appeared to extend an olive branch to the Steven Pollack-tutored side, revealing he is willing to reach an out-of-court settlement with Gor Mahia over the matter.

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“If Gor Mahia wishes to listen to me, I'm ready to consult with my lawyer and my agent who is my brother so as to resolve this issue before it gets to the tribunal,” Oliech was quoted saying.

The 34-year-old further expressed interest in continuing to play in the league, stating his intent to lower his transfer demands to find a club.

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“I’m ready to continue playing now. I can see teams like [Wazito] and [Bandari] struggling to score goals and I’m ready if they show interest in my services. Maybe they fear my demands but I’m ready to listen to their offers if they are interested," he told Nairobi News.

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