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Monda grateful to Stima

Former Western Stima midfielder Justine Monda is grateful to the club for giving him the opportunity to play there and wishes them all the best.

Monda has parted ways with Stima after a year at the club. He moved to Stima from Sony Sugar, who he starred for in the 2011 season, and scored twice in the Tusker Premier League this year, while also proving a number of assists.

Now, though, he is a free agent after the expiry of his contract at the club and has decided not to extend the deal.

“I thank Western Stima for all the gave me and the chance to play for them,” Monda said. “I had a very good time there and had many good memories, as well as good friends.

“The club will hold a good place in my heart and I wish them all the very best in future. If they get a few players in, I am sure they can challenge for the top places because they have a supportive chairman and a very good coach. “I wish that I could have done so with them but I feel that my time to move on has come,” he said.

Monda is rumoured to be heading to champions Tusker FC and even though he does not deny this, he says nothing is confirmed just yet.

“Tusker FC are a good club, they are the best in Kenya, who would not want to play for them?

“Currently I am negotiating with some clubs as you know I am a free agent. If I end up at Tusker, then very good, If not, we will see. All I can say is that they are a top club that would interest any player,” he added.


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