KPL transfers: Nakumatt itching to make signings

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The team is currently faced with financial difficulties that might hinder them from signing top quality players

Nakumatt FC have lost two key players in the current transfer window.

Striker Kepha Aswani dumped the shoppers for Sofapaka while captain David Nzuki decided to ditch his team for the eleven times league champions Tusker FC. Coach Anthony Mwangi is upset with the departure of his two players but is optimistic worthy replacements will be found.

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“Aswani and Nzuki have been our key players, their experience was vital to us last season and it is unfortunate that we have lost them. But I am sure we will get good replacements especially from the players trying with us.

“We have talented ones and it is a matter of time before we shape and make them players we want. Our main objective is to do better than last season,” Mwangi told Goal.

The team is currently faced with financial difficulties that might hinder them from signing top quality players. 

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