NSL side ropes in former KPL quartet
By Terry Ouko | Fri 11 Jan, 2019 12:38

National Super League (NSL) side Nairobi City Stars has completed the signing of four players who previously turned out for Kenyan Premier League (KPL) sides.

Liberian striker, Roosevelt Blatty who most recently turned out for Ushuru FC and Kangemi Allstars has been roped in by the Kawangware based outfit.

Davies Agesa who left the club for Thika United in 2017 has returned to the side as well, joining former Gor Mahia and Tusker FC winger Oliver Maloba who gets his second stint with the team and competing the list is former former Posta Rangers, KCB and Wazito FC defender Austin Ochieng. 

Four signed 

Nairobi City Stars CEO Herbert Kunga said the quartet's acquisition will go a long way in boosting the team's chances in the season, with their experience the biggest prize the club is seeking.

"I can confirm that we've signed Blatty, Agesa, Ochieng and Maloba. They are good players and I believe their Kenyan Premier League (KPL) experience will be of great help to our team," he said. 

City Stars is coached by former Nairobi City Stars players John Amboko, as the head coach and George Midenyo is his assistant. Kunga is also a former City Stars player.

Terry Ouko
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