FKF Premier League defending champions Tusker FC have confirmed the signing of two players in the ongoing transfer window.
Lawrence Luvanda and Stewart Omondi have been signed from Vihiga United to boost Tusker's midfield. The two players were very instrumental at the now relegated outfit, Vihiga United.
Luvanda who had a number of training sessions with Tusker FC before his signing could not hide his excitement in being part of the FKF Premier League defending champions.
Conversely, Omondi said that his move was enough evidence that he was growing career-wisely. The midfielder promised to fight for game time with teammates.
The Vihiga United duo becomes the 11th and 12th signings by the Matano-coached side. Other signings made: Charles Momanyi, Protus Kirenge, Ibrahim Joshua, Patrick Matasi, Teddy Osok, John Njuguna, Clyde Senaji, Brain Bwire, Daniel Sakari and Kibwana Shami.
Besides that, the FKF Premier League defending champions and Super Cup winners will play against Egyptian giants Zamalek SC in the CAF Champions League competition as from 4 PM, today.
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