Mass exodus at Ruaraka as Tusker releases nine

But caretaker coach, Francis Baraza seems to have been reading from a different script

Former Kenyan Premier League champions, Tusker have so far parted ways with nine players as the Brewers try to shake off the 'cobwebs' in an attempt to clean up the house in readiness for the 2018 season.

Tusker surrendered the league to champions, Gor Mahia in a turbulent season that also saw coach George ‘Best’ Nsimbe get suspended for his ‘old players’ comment directed to some of his players.

The suspended Ugandan tactician had promised to do away with the ‘old players’ and bring in young bones in the coming season.

But caretaker coach, Francis Baraza seems to have been reading from a different script.

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The assistant coach released a majority of the young blood that includes Victor Ndika, Moses Ndawula, George Mandela and Anthony Ndolo and Georgina trialist, Luis Misiko.

Also released from Tusker’s list are former AFC Leopards stars, Noah Wafula, Danson Kago, Martin Kiiza and Clifford Alwanga.


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