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Kasaya signs two year deal at Sony



Sony Sugar have bolstered their squad for the 2013 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) season with the signing of former Gor Mahia goalkeeper Wycliffe Kasaya on a two year contract.

The 2006 top tier champions saw off competition from league rookies Kakamega Homeboyz and Bandari for the experienced custodian.

The deal was concluded on Friday after the experienced keeper agreed personal terms with the Millers. Speaking after putting pen to paper, Kasaya expressed his delight at the move.

“I have signed a two-year deal with SoNy and I am very happy. This is a good move for me and I am sure of getting more playing time,” said Kasaya.

“It is one of the biggest clubs in the country and the environment is conducive. I cannot wait for the new season to start.”

The Millers have been busy in the January transfer window and they have brought in seven other players.

They are: Joseck Gathongo [Muhoroni Youth], Charles Odette, Isaac Otieno , David Nyanzi [ all Tusker], Aziz Okaka [Talent Academy], Bernard Meki [KCB] and Francis Ouma [Mathare United].

The Millers will open their 2013 KPL campaign on February 16 with a trip to Bandari.



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