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More misery for Kakamega Homeboyz as top player leaves

by Paul Nyongesa
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More misery for Kakamega Homeboyz as top player leaves

After failing to provide the needed results in the pitch, Kakamega Homeboyz has suffered another loss after the exit of Yema Mwana.

The mercurial forward completed his transfer to the Tanzanian Premier League side, Coastal Union after the two clubs finally reached an agreement.

“I I have officially completed my transfer to Coastal Union. Initially, there was a problem because Kakamega Homeboyz wanted over one million in compensation but eventually, the two clubs reached a compromise fee and I am officially a Coastal Union FC player,” the seasoned striker told Mozzart Sport.

On his decision to move to Tanzania, Mwana said he was keen on playing in a different league and the Tanzanian one was fitting as it has been on an upward trajectory in terms of growth.

“I wanted something different. I have played in Kenya for close to ten years and I wanted to try out a new league and the Tanzanian league was an obvious choice because the league is growing, it is well marketed and I am looking forward to getting started,” he added.

On his integration into the team, the striker says he has already settled in well.

“I have been training with the team for some time now, I played in the friendly match against Bandari and so far I can say that I am settling in well. I am here to be successful as an individual and also play a role in the team’s success. I am a professional and I try to do my best where I ago,” he added.

Elsewhere,

Nairobi City Stars defender Elly Kessy Osotsi is over the moon after making his debut in the Football Kenya Federation in style eight days ago.

The 20-year-old made his maiden appearance when Simba wa Nairobi played 12-time champions AFC Leopards on January 4 at the Moi International Sport Center, Kasarani. City Stars, who are yet to win a league match this season, lost the game by a solitary goal.

Not only didi Osotsi clock 38 minutes in the contest attended by hundreds of Leopards fans, but it was also his first league game at the 60,000-seater venue. He made the match day squad in place of the experienced Kennedy ‘Vidic’ Onyango.

“The debut came with lots of pressure. But I chose to look at the milestones achieved while taking home important lessons,” said Osotsi, who later on in the match paved way for Roney Kola after an impressive display.

“Earning a first premier league game, making the starting lineup, playing in Kasarani against a famed Leopards side, are all highlights achieved in one day,” he said.

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