Karuturi coach James Omondi has welcomed the player and says he will be a great addition to his squad fighting to do well in the second leg of the league
Kenya Premier League (KPL) champions Tusker have released midfielder Benson Amianda to join Karuturi Sports on a six month loan.
According to Tusker coach Robert Matano the player has been allowed to get playing time with the flower-men with the possibility of coming back at the end of the season.
“He needs playing time and we have allowed him to get the same at Karuturi. He is a good player but needs more time on the pitch. He can get the same at Karuturi,” Matano told Goal.
Karuturi coach James Omondi has welcomed the player and said he will be a great addition to his squad fighting to do well in the second leg of the league.
Omondi also confirmed that the club has signed Amon Muchiri, who was among eight players laid off by Sony Sugar recently.
“We are happy to have Muchiri in our squad because of his experience,” said Omondi.
The club has also signed former Finlays defender Emmanuel Olupoti and is targeting striker Obadiah Ndege, laid off by AFC Leopards’ in the past week.
"Iam desperately looking for Ndege because I have watched him at both Tusker and Leopards and believe he has something to offer our team.
“I believe he was misused at the two former clubs who did not recognize his potential. At Karuturi we will give him a chance to shine again just like we did with Andrew Murunga, who has even been called up to the national team Harambee Stars," said Omondi.