Western Stima sign another youngster

Western Stima FC
Western Stima have signed another young player this time from National Super League side Agrochemical

Western Stima have announced the signing of youngster Salim ‘Calabar’ Hamisi from National Super League side Agrochemical.

His capture has been confirmed by the club on their official facebook page making him the second young player after they signed Mathew Gad from Palos FC.

AFC Leopards sign Western Stima goalie

Article continues below

Salim is a central defender, who Coach Henry Omino feels will bolster the defense department for season 2017. Former Gor Mahia defender Jackson Saleh is also still being assessed by the Kisumu-based outfit for a possible deal.

“We are happy to announce that Salim Hamisi "Calabar" is a Stima player. Sudi joins us from Agro chemical. Welcome home Sudi.”

Western Stima have so far lost four players in the transfer window including 2016 MVP Kenneth Muguna, defenders Dennis Sikhayi and Joash Onyango plus keeper Gabriel Andika.

Next article:
'You never know' - PSG's Mbappe not ruling out future Madrid move
Next article:
Keown slams 'sickening' Arsenal decision to let Ramsey leave for Juventus
Next article:
'For Real Madrid, nothing is impossible' - Solari refuses to give up in title race
Next article:
‘The defensive guy’ broke Barcelona’s dominance – Mourinho
Next article:
'Not a good idea' for Arnautovic to play amid transfer speculation - Pellegrini