The Brewers hope to find a much better team before engaging in continental football in their next campaign.
As the Football Kenya Federation Premier League campaign draws to a close this month, Tusker has already identified three players to look forward to strengthening his squad for the 2021/22 season.
the aim. Al-Nazi Stars’ John Najguna, former Caribbean Sharks and Kenyan international Brian Bayer, and Teddy Osok have been named as potential new players.
Osak is currently unconnected after leaving the Zimbabwe Super League for Cutway United, and could replace Kenya U23 star Hashim Sempala, whose Tusker contract has recently expired.
A club source said: “All three have been identified by our technical bench as players who have the potential to strengthen us and thus, will be approached for discussion in the transfer window. Our eyes are on them. Are. ” the aim..
Osok – who has played for junior national teams but is not prominent for the senior team despite several call-ups – has Premier League experience – for Nairobi Steema, Gore Mahiya, KCB, Sophapaka and Vasito FC. Has played
In addition to Bwire, Osok and Njuguna, Harambee Stars goalkeeper Patrick Matasi has been linked with a move to Ruaraka. Charles Momeni, who is set to leave Gore at the end of the season, is also thought to be in contention for the 2012 Premier League title.
Tusker wants to bring back Clyde Cena G after his contract with the AFC Cheetah expired in June. Sinaji became one of Angue’s most trusted players and made a national call-up for the African Cup of Nations qualifier against Togo in Lumi.
Initially, the aim. Reported that Elvis is willing to sign the rupee on behalf of Robert Matano. – who has scored 16 goals in the ongoing campaign – also from the AFC Leopard.
Robert Mboya, Emery Mvuyekure, George Odhiambo, and Chris Onyango are the players who want to leave the top and make room for new ones.
Tusker – top with 58 points – is in a tough title race with KCB, who are second with one less point.
The Brewers have secured a place in the Kiev Champions League and thus will need to sign players who are experienced enough to advance their continental ambitions.