23 Jan, 14:49
Kenyan Premier League side Zoo FC has made four more signings ahead of 2018 season that kicks off in under a fortnight.
Among the signed is former striker Frank Koko who returns to side. The attacker featured for the Kericho based side three years ago and he will be looking to break into the side once again. He however faces stiff competition from Nicholas Kipkirui, Dominic Kiprono, Bernard Wanguche, Dumonde Selenga and Ernest Kipkoech.
Also signed is former Muhoroni Youth and Thika United goalkeeper Martin Elung'at. The Ugandan custodian joins Zoo on the Bosman as he has been unattached. Completing the list is youth team pair of Silas Shihemi and Deric Anami. Shihemi is a speedy right-back while Anami is a striker.
"We have signed keeper, Martin Elung'at subject to him receiving a work permit. We have promoted Silas Shihemi and Deric Anami st from our junior team. We have further re - signed Frank Koko who was part of the team a few years ago and that will complete our transfer business this window," Zoo chairman Ken Ochieng told Futaa.com.
This brings the number of New faces at Zoo to five following the arrival of Daniel Kiptoo from Chemelil Sugar.