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Keeper Gathongo moves to Sony



Goalkeeper Joseck Gathongo who spent the 2012 season with Kenyan Premier League side Muhoroni Youth, has crossed over to Sony Sugar FC on a two-and-a-half-year contract.

Confirming the switch, Gathongo said that he was confident that he had made the right decision and promised to do his level best to help his new side impress in the coming season.

“I had a great season with Muhoroni Youth and forged great relationships. However, in any career, change is inevitable and I am glad to have found a great team to join in the run-up to a new season,” said Gathongo.

Gathongo also took time to wish his former side well as they seek to do well in their second season in the first tier.

“2012 was a challenge for the team as it was an introduction to the top-flight. However, the team did well to survive the chop and as long as they keep working hard, they should be in a position to offer a decent opposition to other teams in the league. I wish them all the best.”

Sony closed the 2012 season ranked 11th, having collected 38 points from all 30 played matches. They netted 26 goals and conceded 26 in the year.



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