The brewers’ tactician Robert Matano reveals to Goal that they have welcomed back the trio from Karuturi Sports and Gor Mahia respectively
Kenya Premier League champions Tusker FC have signed three former players of the club showing serious intent to retain the title.
Tusker coach Robert Matano revealed to Goal on Monday that the league champions have welcomed back Karuturi striker Andrew Murunga as well as Gor Mahia midfielders Moses Otieno and Victor Ali Abondo.
"We have given Murunga a three year contract while Otieno has agreed to a two year contract," Matano said.
Both players were at the brewers before and are not expected to struggle to find their way into the team.
"They are both mature and experienced players whom we hope will give us what we want in the second part of the league," he added.
Otieno fell out with Gor Mahia coach Zradvko Logarusic and refused to renew his contract while Murunga's top form while at Karuturi was always likely to draw the attention of a top side in the league.
Murunga scored for Harambee Stars last Wednesday when the team drew 2-2 with Malawi in a 2014 World Cup qualifier played at Kamuzu Stadium, Blantyre.
The brewers have already signed Malawian midfielder Raaquib Lulu Milanzie, who joined from Malawian league side Capa United on a one year deal.