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Football | Kenya

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Obungu joins Bandari



Immediate former Sony Sugar custodian Wilson Obungu has joined newly-promoted Kenyan Premier League side Bandari FC.

Obungu’s contract with SoNy was due to expire this December, but the club decided not to renew it and released him alongside other nine players.

Obungu confirmed joining the coast-based side and said he was happy and looked forward to having a good time in the club.

“I have joined Bandari on a two-year contract and I’m very happy here. I’ve already held several training sessions with the club and I love the atmosphere within the team,” Obungu said.

“I’m working hard and I hope to have a good season this time and hopefully get back to the national team,” he added.

Obungu has also previously played for Bandari before joining Sofapaka, where he lifted the 2009 top-tier title with the team. He later suffered a dangerous knee injury that kept him out for 10 months and made a comeback joining Rangers and later Sony.

“Bandari is like home to me. I still have a good relationship with the coaches and management and I will have no problem adapting here,” Obungu added.

He has been capped nine times by the national team, Harambee Stars.



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