MarNews shows how Kenyan clubs, led by K'Ogalo and Ingwe, have bolstered their rosters in preparation for the 2021-22 top-flight season. The FKF Premier League transfer window, which opened on August 22 and closed on November 1, is now closed.We examine how teams carried out their duties and present you with the whole transfers as they occurred.
The longest-serving goalkeeper in the FKF premier league Boniface Oluoch who is currently in the books of defending champions Gor Mahia has decided to call on his time with the K'Ogalo in search of greener pastures. Boniface who arrived at Gor Mahia from Tusker in 2014 has established himself as one of the most reliable shot-stoppers for the green army with the club's recent success partly attributed to his heroics between the sticks.
Record champions Gor Mahia are in a mess having missed the CAF deadline for submission of names of newly signed players as the club was still under FIFA ban. The Mark Harrison coached tean made a number of signings during the transfer window but will have to play last season's players in the upcoming CAF Confederation Cup matches, confirming this was the club Chairman Ambrose Rachier.
AFC Leopards attacking midfielder Austin Odhiambo has made it clear that he wants to leave the club. AFC Leopards alias Chingwe could lose one of their young players to their longtime rivals Gor Mahia who are keen to sign the midfielder during this transfer window. Odhiambo had previously tried to move to Gor Mahia or Kogalo before the start of last season - 2020/2021 but his present club refused to part ways with him.
After a tough season (2020-2021) which has left the defending champions out of the title race . Kenyan defending champions (Gor Mahia) have decided to add fuel into there squad as they are expected to sign three players outside the country while the rest will be acquired from local teams.
The Kenyan League heavyweight champions had a bad season last season that saw them not finishing among the top five best clubs in Football Kenya Federation league. For that reason they had to freshen the club but letting go of players in order to replace them with much great players .
Gor Mahia has landed the signature of AFC Leopards midfielder Austin Odhiambo who becomes the latest AFC Leopards player to ditch the club and cross over to their arch-rivals Gor Mahia. Bandari FC were favorites to land the services of Austin Odhiambo but have been overtaken by K'Ogalo. The rumours of the player signing for Bandari FC was fueled after he was spotted in Mombasa in the company of a number of Bandari players.
Former Kenyan Premier League Champions Gor Mahia have a reason to smile after the World's football managing body FIFA has lifted their transfer ban. Gor Mahia had been banned to transfer for failing to pay it's former players upon their contract terminations. Fifa noted that the club had paid the former players and it had no reason to continue banning the Green Army.
Gor Mahia have signed Malian goalkeeper Adama Keita on a two-year bargain. Keita, 31, will be revealed to the media whenever from now. Keita has recently played for CI Kamsar in Guinea, Djoliba AC and Cercle Olympique Bamako both in Mali. K'Ogalo will address the country in the Caf Confederation Cup beginning September.