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Muhoroni to sign Nigerian trio



Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side Muhoroni Youth have set up ambitious plans ahead of the 2013 season with three Nigerian expected to bolster the squad.

Former Tusker striker Joseph Emeka, Former Sofapaka striker Abbas Akiyemi and former AFC Leopards midfielder Ekene Emekwe arrived in Muhoroni on Monday ready to be signed on by coach Alfred Imonje.

An excited Imonje reiterated that they were taking the 2013 season seriously that is why they had decided to go for seasoned names.

"We are very serious in the coming season that is why I have decided to go for experience names like the Nigerian trio whom I belive will help us as we seek to be among the top teams."

"They arrived on Monday and immediately embarked in training and I hope to sign them up by Wednesday," Imonje told supersport.com.

Also expecting to be signed is relegated Oserian captain Frankline Osama and Sony Sugar’s Geoffrey Simiyu who also joined the rest of the team in training.



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