Football Kenya Federation Premier League side Sofapaka has signed Said Tsuma from AFC Leopards. The midfielder has signed a two-year contract at Sofapaka alias Batoto Ba Mungu after parting ways with AFC Leopards.
The player has previously played for Thika United from 2016 to 2018 before joining Chingwe.
Another recent signing by Sofapaka is Sammy Kiplagat Rono who has joined from St Anthony Boys for a four-year contract.
Sofapaka FC in a bid to boost their squad ahead of 2021/2022 FKF Premier League season have made a number of signings.
Former Bandari FC player Dan Guya, former AFC Leopards striker Hansel Ochieng and former Nairobi Stima defender Kelvin Oduor have all penned down a deal with Sofapaka FC.
The 2009 FKFPL champions will play their first FKFPL match at home against Nairobi City Stars followed by Nzoia Sugar on 17th October (away), Mathare United on 20th October (home), Gor Mahia on 30th October (away) then AFC Leopards on 7th November (home) summing up Sofapaka's first five matches.
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