KPL transfers: Gor Mahia loan out midfielder to KCB

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K'Ogalo CEO Omondi Aduda reveals to Goal that the youngster will now turn out for the bankers for the next six months

Gor Mahia have loaned out midfielder Teddy Osok to National Super League side KCB.

K'Ogalo CEO Omondi Aduda has confirmed to Goal that the youngster will turn out for the bankers for the next six months. "We have loaned out Teddy (Osok) because we believe that the youngster needs playing time to build himself. It has proved difficult for him to break into the first team hence the decision to loan him out."

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Aduda further revealed that two more players will be loaned out before the end of June transfer window. "I have two more players who will follow Osok. The young players need playing time and if they can't get it here...then we need to help by loaning them out. I can confirm that two players will also leave the club but on loan."

Gor Mahia are leading the league table and will resume action on Sunday when they take on Sofapaka at Kinoru Stadium in Meru.


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