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Thika sign KCB striker Odera



Thika United have acquired the services of four new players to help bolster their league credentials next season.

Among the new signing is KCB striker Ezekiel Odera together with young talented school boys that include Josiah Gishu from Ofafa Jericho, Sammy Mejja from Kakamega High School and Mwinyi Kibwana from Kilifi.

Thika coach John Kamau said he had targeted young players in order to develop them and make them big players next season.

"I think I completed my signings in readiness for next season and you will see their capabilities as they are very young players but very talented and will be an added advantage to the team next season," Kamau told supersport.com.

Kamau also insisted that his star player Francis Kahata is not for sale and that he will be in the team come next season despite a huge interest from many teams in the premier league.

"Kahata is not for sale to whatever team and anyone thinking of having him should forget since he will be with is next season," Kamau added.

Meanwhile Thika United has dropped several players from the squad this include Andrew Kulecho, Haji Mwachoki who's six month contract expired, Geoffrey Muhanda and keeper John Njenga.



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