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Football | Kenya

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Clubs chase Oserian's Keo



Former Oserian FC captain John Keo is on the radar of a number of Kenyan Premier League (TPL) sides after the Naivasha outfit succumbed to relegation in the recently concluded season.

The midfielder has been a key target of Gor Mahia, one-time champions Mathare United and Karuturi Sports for as well as Sony Sugar FC, Western Stima and KPL rookies Muhoroni Youth.

The former Tusker man confirmed various teams have approached him but said he has not yet opened negotiations with any of them as he takes his time to determine the best possible deal.

“I will definitely be leaving Oserian. My next destination, however, remains unknown since I have not decided on which team I will play for in the 2013 season onwards. Apart from the earlier interest from Gor Mahia, Mathare United and Karuturi Sport; Sony Sugar, Western Stima and Muhoroni Youth have also shown interest,” he said.

“I am not in a hurry to seal a deal with any of them at the moment, neither have we had formal discussions. I just want to take my time to make the right move which will benefit me as a player – I am not after money.”

Keo was a nominee in the player of the year category in the recently held KPL Awards gala.



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