Sofapaka tie Congolese Patrick Kagogo to two year contract after terminating loan deal with champions Tusker

The 2009 champions have also acquired services of Koko Manupi from TP Mazembe, Kennedy Oduor from Sher Karuturi and Ugandan striker Julius Senoga
Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side Sofapaka FC have recalled Congolese left footed winger Patrick 'Petit' Kagogo after expiry of his one year loan deal with league champions Tusker FC.
Kagogo has penned a two year renewable deal at the club and will thus relink with his team mates as they attempt to land a second league title this season after the 2009 conquest.

Sofapaka head coach David Ouma revealed to that he was glad to have Kagogo back. "We have decided to terminate his loan deal with the brewers and have tied him up with a lucrative contract."

The tactician also revealed that they are at an advanced stage in acquiring services of forward Enock Agwanda, whose move from Sony Sugar has been shrouded in controversy.

"Talks are on-going. They are at an advanced stage and we could acquire Agwanda's signature before the 2013 season gets underway in February 16. He (Agwanda) has been training with us and hopefully a deal will be reached."

Sofapaka have also signed Koko Manupi from Congolese giants TP Mazembe, midfielder Kennedy Oduor from Sher Karuturi and Ugandan striker Julius Senoga all penning two year deals.

As was exclusively revealed by, Senoga who was on trials with unnamed British club, impressed Ouma after arriving in the country last Friday and the tactician believes he has a bright career ahead.

"Julius (Senoga) is a young player with promising talent. We want to keep him because he would be helpful in our course for trophies this season."

Also making a return to the club is veteran midfielder Titus Mulama whose loan deal with Congolese side St. Elloi Lupopo expired and right back Collins Kisuya, who joined the outfit after a difficult stint with Belgian side Germinal Beerschot.