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Sony Sugar sign Kio and Ouma



Sony Sugar have completed the transfers of Francis Ouma and John Kio. The duo will each join the club on two-year contracts.

Ouma was previously a free agent, having parted ways with Mathare United at the end of the 2012 Tusker Premier League season, while Kio was on the books of relegated Oserian.

Sony chairman Chris Odero confirmed the pair’s capture. “We have signed the duo of Francis Ouma and John Kio. They will both join us on two-year deals, starting in the new season. We feel as a club that they are genuinely good players who have the potential to lift us into a championship competing position.”

“Ouma has shown a number of times that he is a top striker and his experience and goals will help us move forward. As for Kio, his ability is renowned and he is a player we are happy to land,” he said.

Odero added that the club aim to further strengthen their squad.

“We are still in the hunt for new players and will add to the squad. We have sat down with the coach and identified players we feel can lift the club higher. “Those are players we hope to add to the squad in the next couple of days,” he said.

Sony are looking to drop six players and bring in the same number before the start of the new season.



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