Tusker announce four arrivals in January transfer window

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Among those released by Tusker are Allan Wanga, Humphrey Mieno, James Situma and Danson Kago

Tusker have announced the signing of four players in a busy January transfer window as the Ruaraka side seeks to reconstruct their face.

The Brewers acquired former Gor Mahia forward, Timothy Otieno,  midfielders, Apollo Otieno (Chemelil Sugar) and Kevin Okoth from relegated Western Stima as well as defender, Erick Ambunya who crossed to the capital from Kakamega Homeboyz.

The quartet signed long-term three-year contracts that will see them at the club until 2020.

Tusker are currently in a surgery room as the reconstruction process starts after the club parted ways with 14 players last December following a difficult season that saw them finish sixth on the log.

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Among those released by Tusker are Allan Wanga, Humphrey Mieno , James Situma and Danson Kago.

The former champions will also have a new technical bench after Ugandan Sam Timbe replaced his compatriot, George Nsimbe who was released from his role as head of technical bench after serving three months suspension.

Tusker will open their campaign with an away match against Chemelil Sugar when the league kicks off in February.

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