Western Stima caution new signing

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Coach Henry Omino is pleased with new signing Moses Arita but he insists that the player must prove his worth

Western Stima head coach Henry Omino has challenged new signing Moses Arita not to think that he will automatically be the first choice striker.

Arita completed his 18-month contract move from Muhoroni Youth to the power men, as the latter try to reinforce their offensive department. Omino is however pleased with the new signing who he hopes will have an immediate impact to his side.

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"Arita is a good player who is experienced, and we all know he is capable of doing great things for us. We know his quality and we are happy that we managed to secure his services. He will definitely improve us in the offensive department that is for sure.

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"However, it is not going to be easy for him, he has to work for it, he has to show that he deserves to be in the starting lineup for us," he told Goal.

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Western Stima finished sixth in the Kenyan Premier League last season.

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