Football Kenya Federation Premier League champions Tusker FC have acquired the services of Kariobangi Sharks duo of right back Daniel Sakari and shot stopper Brian Bwire.This comes after their contracts ran out at the Kariobangi based side.In an official club statement this afternoon,the two players trained with the team earliar this morning and they are so delighted to join the champions.Tusker are currently preparing for the upcoming season and the CAF club competitions to begin soon.Daniel Sakari joined Kariobangi Sharks in the season 2018/2019 from Kakamega Homeboyz and he had also featured for super league side Green Commandos and MMUST FC.Bwire on the other hand joined Kariobangi Sharks in 2018 having been promoted from their academy team.Other players to be signed by the brewers are shot stopper Patrick Matasi from St Georges Ethiopia,youngstar John Njuguna from Ulinzi Stars,Clyde Senaji from AFC Leopards,Ibrahim and Kalos Protus from Tanzania and former Wazito star Teddy Osok.
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