Western Stima hopeful of producing another MVP in 2017

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Western Stima are optimistic that they can produce another Kenneth Muguna in 2017

Western Stima chairman Laban Jobita feels that the departure of Kenneth Muguna to Gor Mahia is enough motivation for his club.

The 2016 Kenyan Premier League Most Valuable Player, MVP, completed his move to the 15-times Kenyan Premier League champions where he has reportedly signed a two year contract. Jobita is adamant that the power men will consistently produce top players and still remain competitive.

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"Well, Muguna has left, but that is not reason enough to be disappointed, we understand that he is a good player. However that is a motivation to us, and other players, to continue working hard and at the end get rewarded for their fine effort on and off the pitch.

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"I promise you by December, we will have another talent that clubs will be fighting for," he told Goal.

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Western Stima have already signed Ezekiel Otuoma and Moses Arita in their bid to fill the gap left by Muguna.

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