Sudanese defender among three confirmed at Chemelil
Kenyan Premier League side, Chemelil Sugar has made three more signings as it continues to rebuild ahead of 2018 Kenyan Premier League campaign that kicks off in just over a fortnight.
Among the signed is Kakamega High School prodigy John Kuol who has penned a two-year deal with the now Patrick Odhiambo coached side. The lanky central defender who's of South Sudanese origin impressed during the national school games in 2017 where Green Commandos finished third. Kuol has signed a two-year deal.
Another new face at the Millers camp is Philbert Ochieng who joins Chemelil from relegated National Super League side, Mosca FC. The attacking midfielder is expected to add some punch in Patrick Odhiambo's side attack after the departure of Saphan Oyugi and Jefarri Odeny. Ochieng has equally penned a two-year contract.
Completing the list is Muhoroni Youth attacker Maxwell Onyango. Onyango was one of Muho's top performers in 2017, a season that the side was relegated from the Kenyan Premier League. He has now ditched Muho and signed a two-year deal with Chemelil.
This brings the number of new faces at Chemelil to six following arrival of Kelvin Wesonga from Palos FC, Vincent Mahiga from GFE 105 and Steven Njoroge from Nakuru Comply.