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Sony Sugar snap up Muchiri



Sony Sugar have completed the signing of Amon Muchiri.

The defender arrives at the Awendo club after a below par season at AFC Leopards where he was left on the bench for long periods and lost his form along the way.

Formerly at Karuturi Sport, he will look to solve Sony’s need for a full-back, one of the side’s weak points last term. Sony secretary Zak Irungu confirmed that they have recruited the versatile player.

“We have signed Amon Muchiri,” said Irungu. “He is a very good defender and is underrated in my opinion. A very good player. He is versatile and can operate in a number of different positions.”

“Being on a free transfer, it was an easy move to make. “We welcome him here and hope that he can do well for the club,” he said.

Sony have enlisted six players in the current transfer window, and Irungu says they will continue to bolster their options.

“We are looking for useful players to bolster our squad,” he said. “We want to rise up the standings in the Premier League and compete for a top position so we will stop at anything to ensure we have the resources.

“So far we have bolstered well but will not stop until we feel satisfied that we can compete well. We are on the right track and hope to keep it that way,” he concluded.

Sony finished 11th in the 2012 Kenyan Premier League campaign.



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