Former KPL MVP among four axed by Tusker

Former KPL MVP among four axed by Tusker

10 Nov 2017, 13:54

Kenyan Premier League champions Tusker FC have purged four players deemed surplus to requirement at the Ruaraka outfit.

Former KPL Player of the Year Ekaliani Ndolo headlines the quartet list with Ugandan pair of Moses Ndawula and Robert Omnuk also among the casualties.

 Victor Ndinya who joined the champions at the start of the season from Bandari completes the list.

Confirming the foregoing, Brewers' Chair, Daniel Aduda said the move was taken to accord the dropped player sufficient time to hunt for new clubs.


-We have been reviewing and assessing the team as the season nears its end and we thought it is wise to notify player whom we don't intend to keep next year to start looking for the team they can join.

-It's sensible thing to do instead of waiting until the last minute. The four had been given a notice by the club and they remain in our books until when the time of their contract elapses, he told Futaa.

Whereas Ndinya and Ndawuila last for only a season, Omnuk and Ndolo have bee mainstays at the club in past two seasons.

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