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Kamau names Thika squad



Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side Thika United head coach John Kamau has named his team to do duty for the Brookside sponsored club in the 2013 season.

A total of 31 players have been named in the team with at least three notable inclusions; Kepha Aswani, who is reportedly on the verge of moving to Al Nasr of Oman has been included alongside Clifford Miheso who is in South Africa for trials and Lucas Indeche whose future at the team had been in doubt.

Promising keeper Levis Opiyo, a sibling to Kenyan international midfielder Peter Opiyo has also been named among the team’s custodian while Kenyan international Dennis Odhiambo has been slotted in among the midfielders.

Newly signed David Kingatua and Ezekiel Odera have been named among the forwards while Charles Bruno, who turns out for the U20 national team, is among the defenders.

The full squad is as follows:

Goal keepers: Lucas Indeche, Joel Bataro, Zamu Adisa, Levis Opiyo

Defenders: Simon Mbugua, Dirkir Glay, Tony Kizito, Vincent Mogaka, Charles Bruno, David Bogere, Vincent Otieno, Sammy Mejja and Edward Njung’e.

Midfielders: Jackson Macharia, Wycliffe Opondo, Michael Luvutsi, Mwinyi Kibwana, Joseph Kuria, Francis Kahata, Dennis Odhiambo, Antony Josiah and Michael Bodo.

Strikers: Freeman Mulbah, Kennedy Otieno, Kepha Aswani, John Nairuka, Francis Chege, Fahim Elmoge, David King’atua, Ezekiel Odera and Clifford Miheso.



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