Kenya premier league ended last week with Tusker fc winning the race after over 7 years. The Kenyan breweries club under the tutelage of Robert Matano won the league after a heavy competition from KCB.However,the former league champs Gormahia have been forced to storm into the transfer market after a dismissal season for them.
The Kenyan side are believed to be in talks with their former creative midfielder Francis Kahata who left two years ago for Simba SC. Kahata is currently a free agent and K'Ogalo could surely win his signature as a replacement of Kenneth Muguna who left for Azam FC. Gormahia knows very well the competition that will come from Tusker who have massively signed experienced players including Ugandan striker Deogratius Ojok, Patrick Matasi and many more others.
For this reason, Gormahia have now moved on to sign the Congolese striker Mpiana Mozizi who was formerly an Azam FC and Lupopo player .Mpiana is currently in the country to finalize his contract.
The league will be so competition next season basing on the fact that many clubs have been doing a good business. The likes of FC Leopards, KCB and Nzoia Sugar. We wish the teams all the best. For more news updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner.
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