Bandari striker joins Tusker

Bandari striker joins Tusker

12 Jan 2018, 12:45

Kenyan Premier League side, Tusker FC has completed the signing of Bandari FC forward Edwin Lavatsa on a three-year deal, the Brewers have confirmed.

The former Gor Mahia and Mathare United forward moves to the Ruaraka based side after two seasons with Bandari where he won the Gotv Shield with the side in 2016.

His signing has been confirmed by Tusker FC CEO, Charles Obiny who exuded confidence that the lanky forward will be a key player for his side that's rebuilding after  parting ways with 14  players.

Deal struck 

-We reached an agreement with Bandari and Lavatsa is now our player. He has signed a three-year contract and we believe he will improve the team. It's also an opportunity for for him to re-establish himself, he has the talent to flourish here, Obiny told Futaa.com.

Other new players in Ruaraka include; Timothy Otieno, Erick Ambunya, Paul Muchika, Mathews Odongo, Peter Nzuki, Apollo Otieno, Kevin Okoth, Robert Achema and Lawrence Kasadha.


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