Post Rangers to drop two goalkeepers ahead of new season

Goal Kenya.
Rangers needed a point on the final day of the 2017 season to guarantee their stay in the top tier

Kenyan Premier League side Posta Rangers is set to drop two of its four keepers ahead of the new season.

The mailmen struggled in the goalkeeping department after the release of their top custodian, Patrick Matasi who joined Tusker FC in June.

With less than two months remaining before the new season kicks off on December 8, the club is aiming at shaping up the squad.

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A source within the club has revealed to Goal that the official list, including the infield players to be released, shall be out before the end of the week.

"We lost three competitive goalkeepers in a short period, and that came back to haunt us. We are making changes, there is a chance that we'll be releasing two goalkeepers, Boniface Baraza and Sammy Okinda, meaning will we will remain with Gradus Ochieng and Levis Opiyo.

"The truth is that we want to do better next season and that is why we are streamlining our team."

Rangers needed a point to guarantee their stay in the top tier beyond this season.


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