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Stima announce Wagaluka capture

Kenyan Premier League side Western Stima have announced that they have landed the signature of Ugandan international and former Azam midfielder Dan Wagaluka.

Wagaluka will be in Kakamega for the next two years after agreeing to sign a two-year deal with Stima, making him the seventh player to join the club in the off-season.

Confirming the news, Stima team manager Paul Ochieng said they are “humbled and happy” to have signed the talented and experienced midfielder.

“As far as I am concerned that is the signing of the season. I have watched him play and I am confident if he concentrates and commits himself, he will deliver,” said Ochieng of the new recruit.

“We have lost some of our key attacking players (Ali Bai and Aloys Mangi to Bandari and Justine Monda to Tusker) to our rivals, but I believe Wagaluka and the other signings will fill the void. He is an exceptional player and we will give him all the support he deserves.”

The powermen have also brought in Edmond Ochieng from Chemelil Sugar, Yusuf Siruma from Karuturi Sports, Francis Ocholla from Sony Sugar, Dan Makori from KCB, Uganda Cranes U20 midfielder Shasik Bachu Batambuze and former Kenyan international goalkeeper Willis Ochieng.


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