The Champions & The Losers of the FKF Premier League transfer window -Soccerspen

The Champions & The Losers of the FKF Premier League transfer window -Soccerspen

With the window now closed, Goal looks back on the best and worst deals made in the last two months

Kenya’s airline window closes after opening on August 22, so who would be happy that their work in the market has been completed?

After stepping down from Gor Mahia’s four-year reign to win the Premier League title in the past, Tusker knew they needed to support their team so that they could compete well ahead of all with the new campaign.

The Brewers are not discouraged as they go for good, with the exception of signing Shami Kibwana from Kakamega Homeboyz, and they have goalkeepers Brian Bwire and Patrick Matasi, Charles Momanyi defenders, Kalos Kirenge, Rodgers Aloro, player Faraj Ominde, Clyde Senaji, and player Ibrahim Joshua.

Will Tusker retain that name? That will still be seen but they have a better chance of doing it.

Ingwe was the worst because 17 players lost as a result of a struggle by the same team that prevented them from paying salaries in the sports department and technical seats.

To make matters worse, the team could not bring in delegates, as they feared a Fifa ban on signing new players when their coach Casa Mbungo won a bid to pay them salaries and wages. months.

When the new season started, they had only 14 subscribers, only one guard, and so far they have lost their last three games in the top five showing clearly to the fans was on the way to Den during the persecution.

Batoto ba Mungu feels uncertain that the story of their player Lawrence Juma is planning to leave the club and return to Gor Mahia.

The 28-year-old was a key figure for Sofapaka in the last campaign as he scored 16 goals despite playing behind his killers, and the club’s quick fix agree to stay can be described as “big signature”.

From Friday spent, as well as Sofapaka signing David Otieno, Geoffrey Omondi, Roddy Manga, Karisa Robert Kaindi, goal scorer Fredrick Odhiambo, Elvis Ronack, Said Tsuma, Sammy Rono, Hansel Ochieng, Kelvin Oduor, Daniel Guya, and Jacob Onyango , They can rise. a challenge for top-notch names.

The Champions & The Losers of the FKF Premier League transfer window -Soccerspen

Despite finishing second behind Tusker in the past, KCB did not get involved in the window, only controlling the entry of player James Mazembe from Kariobangi Sharks.

However, the bank suffered as their first goal scorer Joseph Okoth left to sign in Bandari.

Will KCB finish in the top four? That will still be seen.

Despite the loss of defender Charles Momanyi Tusker, Kenneth Muguna to Azam FC, Clifton Miheso promoted Kenyan police and striker Tito Okello, who returned to his native Uganda, K’Ogalo was quick to use strengthen their team.

The first winners were Peter Lwasa, Peter Oudu, midfielder Joshua Onyango from Kariobangi Sharks, Boniface Omondi from Wazito FC, Mali goalkeeper Adama Keita, and Cameroon striker Sando Yangayay.

Coach Mark Harrison made sure all the top areas of the lost players and the team were also part of the Caf Confederation Cup, they still have enough solid weapons to regain the title of Tusker captain.

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The Victory’s & The Losers of the FKF Premier League transfer window -Soccerspen

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