Gor Mahia defender Kelvin Wesonga is among former Football Kenya Federation Premier League (FKFPL) players training with National Super League (NSL) side Kisumu All-stars.
The right-back who joined Gor Mahia before the start of last season was not accorded play time and is ready to leave the club in search of playtime.
Wesonga is aiming at having a contract with the Salim Babu-coached team that will be aiming at earning promotion to the FKF Premier League next season.
Wesonga has also featured for Palos FC, Sony Sugar FC and Western Stima.
There are a number of players training with the Kisumu County Government based team: Former Western Stima and Kariobangi Sharks' Ibrahim Ochieng, former Western Stima, Sofapaka, Kakamega Homeboyz and Vihiga United defender Vitalis Akumu, Laban Otieno and Brian Steve.
However, the club has also lost players: Alfed Tanui to Posta Rangers, Alvin Ochieng and Kevintom Machika to FC Talanta, Steve Otieno and John Otieno to Kariobangi Sharks.
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