Former KPL big names to have joined NSL clubs

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Keli joined KCB from Mombasa after he was released by Bandari at the end of 2017 season

Two former Kenyan Premier League Most Valuable Players (MVP) are among the 17 players that have crossed to the National Super League from the top tier.

The 2013 league MVP, Jacob Keli and Anthony Ndolo, who won the award in 2014 as well as former Slovenia based winger, Patrick Oboya are among the faces that are expected to light up the lower division with KCB, Ushuru and Police respectively. 

Keli joined KCB from Mombasa after he was released by Bandari at the end of 2017 season while Ndolo moved to the taxmen from Tusker.

Ndolo's former colleague at the Brewers, Stephen Owuso will also ply his trade in the second tier with Nairobi Stima.

Ushuru also roped in former Gor Mahia duo, Enock Agwanda and Baron Oketch who moved from Bandari and Ulinzi Stars respectively.

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The full list of new players to have crossed to NSL:

Kanamuli Kapilima (Bidco), Roosevelt Blaty (Kangemi Allstars), Erick Ochieng (KCB), Jacob Keli (KCB), Austine Ochieng (KCB), Patrick Oboya (Police FC ), Jimmy Bageya (City Stars), Ronny Kagunzi (City Stars), Stephen Owusu (Nairobi Stima), Benjamin Chaka (Nairobi Stima), David Gateri (Ushuru), Antony Ndolo (Ushuru), Edwin Mwaura (Ushuru), Baron Oketch (Ushuru), Enock Agwanda (Ushuru) James Omino (Western Stima), Erastus Mwaniki (Western Stima).

 

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