Kakamega Homeboyz to Lose 4 Players Due to Transfers

Homeboyz are set to lose two crucial players in the squad after being confirmed that Ulinzi Stars signed Festus Okiring and KCB signs first-choice goalkeeper Gabriel Andika.

The Kakamega-based club will also miss the performances of midfielders Festo Omukoto who has joined Western Stima and Andrew Waiswa has decided to be close to his family in Uganda.

Boniface Imbenzi, the head coach has noted that the services of the four players will not deter the good run for the team. However, he has appreciated the outstanding performance of the outgoing players.

“I thank the outgoing players for the commitment and sacrifice they exhibited in the team and wish them well. They requested to be released and we couldn’t stand in their way but rather respect their wishes knowing very well that these things are normal in this business,” he said.

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“This will also give other players the opportunity to rise and show what they can offer in Kenyan football predictions,” Imbenzi added.

The head coach also revealed that the club has managed to acquire the services of the goalkeeper, Alele Sheikh and Mohammed Kazungu. Both of them were players at St. Peter’s Mumias boys.


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Imbenzi believes that signing the young stars is a perfect strategy to build a long term foundation for the Kakamega-based football club.

“Our main objective is to lay good long term structures that will see the team become one of the top teams in the country,” he reiterated.

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Boniface Imbenzi is very optimistic that the team will hold their matches at the Bukhungu stadium which is being renovated. He believes that it will be an opportunity for the fans to support their home team which was recently promoted to the top tier Kenyan Premier League (KPL). It is a historic moment for the fans.

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