Former Gor Mahia And Tusker FC Striker, Timothy Otieno Terminates Contract With Zambia's NAPSA Stars
By EnoNews | self meida writer
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Timothy Otieno has ended his contract with Zambian club, National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA) Stars three months after signing for the side from Kenyan Premier League side, Tusker FC alias Brewers.
Timothy left the Brewers after the 2019/20 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) season and signed a three year contract with the Pensioners. He scored 14 goals and clinched the golden boot award while at Tusker.
NAPSA stars secured a 2-2 draw against Forest Rangers despite being one man less and are in the third last spot.
NAPSA Stars Lineup Against Forest Rangers Yesterday.
Previously, the striker had played for Gor Mahia and had helped the club win the league title.
Recently, Kenyan defender David Owino joined NAPSA stars from ZESCO United. Another Kenyan in the club is goalkeeper Shaaban Odhoji.
Rumour has it that Timothy Otieno is set to join the Kenya Premier League (Bet King Premier League) with the transfer window set to open soon enough.
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