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Mbugi heading back to Rangers



Tusker midfielder Joseph Mbugi is heading back to relegated side Posta Rangers after securing employment with the postal men superport.com can reveal.

Mbugi who was formerly with Rangers before moving to Tusker has been an integral part of the Tpl champions rise in the 2012 season has asked to be released by the club who have obliged to the request.

Tusker official Benedict Ochieng confirmed to supersport.com of the new development saying, "Mbugi has requested to be released so that he can rejoin relegated Posta Rangers this is because he has been able to secure permanent employment at Postal company and as a club we will not stand on his way as he seeks to build his future."

Meanwhile Tusker have clarified that their towering defender and captain Joseph Shikokoti will still be at the club the next season despite being linked with a move to Gor Mahia.



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