KPL champions Tusker still in transfer business

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The brewers have so far signed six players and released four but are still in the business

Kenyan Premier League Champions Tusker FC are still in the market for more signings.

The brewers have so far signed six players and released four, as they are structuring for this year where they will take part in the Caf Champions League. Assistant coach Francis Baraza has revealed to Goal that the club is still in the market for more quality players.

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"We have so far done well in the market, but we still want to do better. We are still in it since we want to build a formidable squad. There are some departments that need to be strengthened and we are working on that. Expect something before the transfer window closes."

Among those signed by the 11-times league champions include Vincent Omumbo from Thika United, Samuel Olwande from Chemelil Sugar, Marlon Tangauzi from Uganda’s Saints FC, Sydney Ochieng’ from National Super League side Palos FC, Victor Ndinya from Bandari and Abdul Hassan from Tanzania Premier League side African Lyon.

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