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Football | Kenya

Tusker sign Ugandan quartet



Kenyan Premier league champions Tusker have signed Ugandan quartet of Robert Omunuk and Martin Kiiza(Simba), Andrew Ssekayombya(KCC) and Khalid Awisho as they prepare for the new season and the Caf Champions League.

But the brewers’ hopes of acquiring the services of Cecafa Tusker Cup best player Brian Umony hit a brick wall as he told the officials he had got better offers from Europe.

Tusker's director Charles Obiny confirmed to supersport.com on the new players signed saying they will add value to the team in the coming season.

"We went to Uganda with coach Robert Matano and settled on the four players since we belive they are talented and are going to be an important part of our plans for both the league and continental matches next season. We will endeavour retain the league and also reach the group stages of Caf Champions League," Obiny told supersport.com.

Obiny will also be travelling to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on Tuesday for talks with Azam who are on the brink of signing Tusker's defender Joackins Atudo.

Meanwhile Tusker have also signed on Western Stima striker Justine Monda and former Sofapaka and Gor Mahia midfielder Collins Okoth but the player recently travelled to Norway for trials.



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