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Ulinzi dismiss Ochomo exit talk



Ulinzi Stars have rubbished talk that striker Wycliffe Ochomo is destined to exit the side in the current transfer window.

Stars chairman JS Mwinyikai has expressed shock at rumours suggesting Ochomo and some other players are on their way out of the club.

Mwinyikai has even gone as far as to say that it is unlikely any of their players will be leaving any time soon.

“No one is leaving the club and no one has as we speak,” said Mwinyikai.

“Ochomo and all other players are on contract and are not leaving. We have not heard anything from any club regarding a move or his services so we are in shock regarding those reports. The player is still here just like the rest are and we will not sell,” he said.

As for new players coming in, Mwinyikai says that it will be up to the new coach Salim Ali to decide on such matters.

“The new players and such changes will be communicated by the head coach,” said Mwinyikai.

“He is new on the job and needs time to settle then we will see what he says. We have trusted him with the job of head coach and will facilitate anything he wants done. The bottom line is that it is up to him,” concluded Mwinyikai.

Ulinzi will resume training on Friday 5 January 2013.



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