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Aswani cleared to join Salalah



Thika United striker Kepha Aswani has received his International Transfer Certificate (ITC) from Football Kenya Federation (FKF) and is set to join Oman Mobile League side Salalah FC.

According to Nick Mwendwa, the ITC Manager at FKF, Salalah placed a request on Tuesday 29 January and the certificate was issued on Wednesday, allowing the player to move on with his career.

“We have already dispatched the ITC, indicating that the player is now free to join the Oman league for a period of one year,” said Mwendwa.

Speaking of the move, the player expressed his excitement at playing in a different league, noting that he hopes to continue growing as a footballer.

“Playing in a different environment that I am used to can only mean growth in terms of diversity and flexibility,” he said.

“I am glad to have gotten the opportunity to show my skills to the world and I promise to give my all to my new team.”

Aswani completed the 2012 season, having netted 12 goals, same as Ulinzi Stars Evans Amwoka and Gor Mahia’s Rama Salim, to rank third in the top-scorers chart.



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