Posta Rangers recall Charles Odete and Denis Ongeri from loan spells

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Club chairman John Tonui confirmed the two will be part of coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo plan for the new season

The Kenyan Premier League side Posta Rangers have recalled Charles Odete and Denis Ongeri from their loan spells.

Odete was on loan at Zoo Kericho, while Ongeri was at the heart of Shabana's successful journey back to the National Super League.

Posta Rangers chairman John Tonui confirmed to Goal that the two will be part of coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo plan for the new season.

"Our main aim for sending them on loan was to make sure they get playing time and mature. They have developed individually and managed to gain critical skills to succeed in the top tier. They have matured and ready to play for us in the KPL.

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"They are definitely in coach Omollo's plans, but they will not get automatic playing time if they do not fight for it."

Rangers struggled last season and went on to finish the league in the 15th  position.


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