Gor Mahia’s striker Dennis Oliech relationship with the club has severally hit a rough patch .
Recently the popular striker had boycotted training citing unpaid dues.
Oliech has now tabled a request to leave the record Kenyan champions’ side. Oliech signed a two-year deal with the Kenyan Premier League defending champions in January 2019.
Oliech is yet to be paid the full amount of his KSh 2 million sign-on-fee and the former Ajaccio and Nantes striker is understood to be considering a move away from the club. The Gor striker is considering quitting barely three months after his sensational return to active football that ended a two-year sabbatical, having hanged his boots almost two years ago.
“Oliech has tabled a request to the club. He wants a release letter if the club can’t pay him,” a source who attended the lengthy meeting between the players and the club chairman, Ambrose Rachier on Friday
Gor Mahia players ended the strike after the club agreed to pay players’ February dues but Oliech, is unhappy of the “unprofessional conduct of the management” according to sources close to the player. The former Nantes player already missed a CAF Confederation Cup home match against Hussein Dey and looks hellbent on leaving if the club does not honour its contract.