Those released are former Gor Mahia forward Ezekiel Odera, goalkeeper Lucas Indeche and two Liberian strikers Freeman Mulbah and Dweh Allison
Thika United has dropped four players from their squad in an effort to arrest the plummet the Brookside sponsored side encountered in the second half of the 2013 season and barely making it in the top eight by finishing seventh overall.
In a meeting held by the management together with the entire Thika United technical bench, resolved to drop goalkeeper Lucas Indeche and two Liberian strikers Freeman Mulbah and Dweh Allison.
Former KCB forward Ezekiel Odera, who managed to score five goals for Thika United in the just ended KPL 2013 season, will also be forced to look for a new club come 2014.
“The players won’t be with us come next season and we are currently working on the finer details of their replacements now that the transfer window is officially open,” Coach John Kamau told the club’s official website.
“We are mostly concentrating on the goalkeeping department and striking, where the team is targeting more proficient players to blend with our youthful talents and hopefully by New Year, the deals will be done.”
Thika United will also be dropping two more players before resumption of training from Christmas break in January 6, 2014, and the Dutch trained tactician is hopeful all the targeted players will be in training by then.