Gor Mahia defender Joash Onyango has officially joined Tanzania Premier League giants Simba SC the club has confirmed.
While announcing the new acquisition on their social media platforms, Simba said that they had acquired an experienced player who will be helpful in their CAF Champions League campaign.
“We have bigger ambitions this season in regards to reaching the later stages of the CAF Champions League and challenging for the domestic titles. Therefore, the club has to sign players with experience in big matches.
“Harambee Stars centre back Joash Onyango has officially joined Wekundu wa Msimbazi and is ready to represent us,” Simba said.
The defender leaves Gor Mahia after a sterling outing with the club that saw him get a call up to the national team prior to the 2019 African Cup of Nations. He has been a cog for Harambee Stars since then and has been a consistent figure in the Gor Mahia team.
Onyango becomes the latest player to cross from Gor Mahia to Simba after that of Francis Kahata and Meddie Kagere; Simba having lured Danny Sserenkuma previously too to their camp.
Tumeweka malengo makubwa msimu huu ya kufika mbali kwenye ligi ya Mabingwa Afrika na mashindano ya nyumbani hivyo lazima pia klabu isajili mabeki na wachezaji wenye uzoefu mkubwa katika mechi kubwa kubwa. Beki wa kimataifa wa Kenya, Joash Onyango ametua Msimbazi. #NguvuMoja pic.twitter.com/RLVgd6x36d— Simba Sports Club (@SimbaSCTanzania) August 14, 2020