Sammy Omollo impressed as 500 players turn up for Posta Rangers trials

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A record 500 players turned up for the trials that lasted two days

Posta Rangers head coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo says he is impressed with the players, who attended the club's trials last weekend.

A total of five 500 players turned up for the trials that lasted two days, as the club aims at getting new blood that will push them to a top-five finish.

'Pamzo' says the talent was amazing; it is just that he could not sign everybody. "It was not an easy task, we had many players who really wanted to make it, and they gave absolutely everything to be among the selected few.

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"Unfortunately, we had a limited number and had to stick by it. We have to shortlist those who made it and later on determine where they will fit.

"Last season was a difficult one for us, but we want to make amends this time around."

The team has released seven players; among them is defender Luke Ochieng and striker Kenny Otieno.

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