Former Kenya Premier League champions Tusker FC today unveiled five new players ahead of the 2023-24 season kick-off.
The Brewers have acquired the services of Nzoia’s Joseph Mwangi, Kenya Police’s James Kibande, Fabian Adikiny (Murang’a Seal), and Ugandan John Byamukama (Gaddafi FC, Uganda), while goalkeeper Edwin Simiyu has been promoted from the Youth Team.
At the same time, the club has confirmed that skipper Humphrey Mieno, midfielders Jackson Macharia and Shami Mwinyi, goalkeeper Michael Wanjala, and defenders Kalos Kirenge and Kevin Monyi have all left the club at the end of their contracts.
Also leaving the club is South Sudanese striker David Majak.
Meanwhile, Charles Momanyi and Ugandan forward Deogratious Ojok have both extended their contracts and will stay at Ruaraka for one more year.
In the same breath, Momanyi has been named the new club captain and will be assisted by Brian Bwire and Michael Kibwage.
With the reinforcement, Tusker FC will kick off the new season on 26th August 2023 against Mombasa-based Bandari FC. They will be hoping to reclaim the FKF Premier League title which they narrowly lost to Gor Mahia last season