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Kitawi back at Fisa to regain form



Former Gor Mahia, Tusker, Nairobi City Stars and Harambee Stars forward Ibrahim Kitawi has rejoined his Fisa FC.

Kitawi was dropped by Nairobi City Stars last month for what the club’s head coach Bye Wadda termed as a lack of commitment from the player.

Confirming the latest development, Fisa head coach, Charles ‘Korea’ Omondi, said that the player has been training with the team since Monday 11 February 2013 in preparation for the new season.

“Kitawi is back to where he started his career. I know it is a low moment for him but I can assure you he will not be here for long, he’ll be back in the Kenyan Premier League soon,” Korea said.

“He is working very hard in training and we are all helping regain his form and hopefully join a top-tier team during the June transfer window. We will also use him in most of our league games and constantly check on his progress,” he added.

Fisa plays in the Nairobi Provincial League and has cut a niche for itself as a talent feeder to KPL clubs.

Paul Were (AFC Leopards SC), Kevin Omondi, Musa Mohammed (Gor Mahia) and Victor Ashinga (Nairobi City Stars) are all on loan to their respective clubs from Fisa.



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