The June trransfer window came to a close on Tuesday evening with AFC Leopards the busiest of the 15 Kenyan Premier League clubs. The 12 time champions have signed 9 new players to replace those who left the club due to the club’s serious financial difficulties. Leopards have netted
Former AFC Leopards Chairman Walter Onyino has returned in the same capacity after the club appointed a new interim office. Onyino will be deputized by Embakasi Branch chairman Dan Mule. Asava Kadima has been elevated to the Secretary General’s position with former Mumias Sugar Marketing manager Pamela Lutta the
Harambee Stars international, Aboud Omar, is locked up in negotiations with reigning Kenya Premier League Champions Gor Mahia over a move to the club. The former Tusker FC man, released by the Brewers during the mid-season break, is negotiating a six-month contract with the two-time defending champions. According to
Former Gor Mahia and Mathare United winger, Innocent Mutiso, is the new chairman of Kenya Footballers Welfare Association (KEFWA). Mutiso beat Wilson Obungu by 25 votes to 10 in polls conducted on Monday in Nairobi. Obungu conceded defeat but expressed disappointment in what he termed as a ‘low turnout’.
AFC Leopards have followed up the signing of goalkeeper Lucas Indeche by snapping up two more players with barely 24 hours before the transfer window slams shut. Ingwe have signed defender cum-midfielder Ivan Anguyo from Nakumatt FC while Joseph ‘Pablo’ Njuguna has also been given an opportunity to impress,
This year’s edition of the Council of East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) senior challenge cup will be hosted by Ethiopia. The Ethiopia Football Federation (EFF), through their president Juneydi Basha confirmed they will host this year’s edition after Rwanda, who were scheduled to do so, pulled out