22 Jan, 11:18
Mathare United goalkeeper Levis Opiyo has rejoined Posta Rangers on a three-year deal, 18 months after quitting the club for Western Stima.
The shot-stopper has been with the Slum Boys for a season and has now left following the expiry of his one-year contract with the Francis Kimanzi coached side. The former Thika United man will replace Farouk Shikalo who has ditched the Mail-men for a move to Bandari
"Goalkeeper Levis Opiyo has rejoined us on a three-year contract from Mathare United.He replaces Faruk Shikhalo who moved to Bandari to bring the total number of new signings to eleven," read Posta's statement.
Other new signings at Posta include; Suleiman Ngotho (Thika United), Kennedy Onyango (Nakumatt), George Abege (Sony Sugar), Danson Kago and Luis Misiko (Tusker), Marcellus Ingotsi (AFC Leopards), Peter Ng’ang’a (Nakuru AllStars), Osborne Monday and Calvin Odongo, both from Kariobangi Sharks and Jeremiah Wanjala (Kakamega Homeboyz).
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