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Six new faces for Chemelil



Chemelil Sugar has signed six players ahead of the 2013 Kenyan Premier League season – set to kick off in mid-February.

The club has concentrated in boosting their midfield as it seeks to take command of their games when the league kicks off.

Three of the fresh signings have been signed from league counterparts Oserian FC while the remaining two are from KCB, Kolongolo and West Kenya respectively.

Club secretary general Samuel Ndung’u has exuded confidence that the players are equal to the task and will be of great value in them when the season begins.

“The players we have signed are capable of delivering results for us since they are quality and have shown this in their previous appearances,” he insisted.

The club will now compile the full list before handing it to the Kenyan Premier League ready for the season which starts in a fortnight’s time.

Chemelil Sugar is eyeing the annual Top8 trophy as well as a top slot in the Kenyan Premier League.

The Millers plan to name a total of 25 players for next season.

Signings and former clubs: Japheth Wamunga[GK, Kolongolo], Geoffrey Maina[Midfielder, KCB], James Macharia [Midfielder, Oserian], Edwin Misiko[defender, Oserian], Samuel Ouma[midfielder, Oserian], and John Onami[Striker, Sofapaka].



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