Chemelil Sugar tie down veteran keeper with contract

Chemelil Sugar have also roped in former Muhoroni Youth midfielder Maxwell Onyango

Goalkeeper John Waw has signed a one-year contract extension with Chemelil Sugar.

Waw, who missed most of last season due to injury, was linked with a number of clubs after running down his contract last December.

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According to a source within the club, Waw’s loyalty to the club could be rewarded with the armband as the Millers seeks to turn around a rather bad season during last campaign when the league kicks-off in February.

“We have tied him down with a one year contract. His experience is what the club needs at the moment now that we have signed young players from schools and a new coach,” our source told Goal.

Chemelil Sugar have also roped in former Muhoroni Youth midfielder Maxwell Onyango and Chuol Chuol from Kakamega High.

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