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Bruno confirms Thika move



Thika United will have SuperSport United trialist Charles Bruno in their list of players for the 2013 season.

The former Under 20 defender has revealed that he has agreed with the Brookside Boys and will play for the side when the season begins in a month’s time.

Bruno is eager to play for the side that he calls home whenever he is in the country and is determined to give his best when given a chance on the pitch.

“We have reached an agreement with Thika United and I can confirm that I will play for the side in the coming season of the Kenyan Premier League,” he said.

“I am glad for this opportunity that has been presented to me and I will ensure that I fight for a place and give my best for the team. “Thika has been my home and I will always remain faithful to it,” he added.

Charles Bruno has been training with the Brookside Boys whenever he is in the country for holidays since his days with US Latina in the Italian Lega pro 1.

His expected move to Portuguese giants Sporting Braga mid last year fell through but he attended a one month trial session with South Africa PSL side SuperSport.

The club has agreed to release him to join the latter if the move materializes but for now the defender insists that he is fully committed to ensuring that Thika cements its place among the top teams in the first tier.



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