Ng'ang'a in a previous action for Sharks
Former Tusker duo released by NSL side
By Vincent Stephen | Wed 22 Jun, 2016 20:07

Former Tusker FC duo of Aziz Kemba and Dennis Ng’ang’a has been released by FKF National Super League (NSL) side Kariobangi Sharks.

While Ugandan Kemba has been let go by the club, Ng’ang’a is still in the team’s ranks though has been offloaded to KCB FC for a loan spell as revealed by club chairman Robert Maoga.


“We have made several changes in our playing unit ahead of the second leg; Aziz (Kemba) has been released while Dennis (Ng’ang’a) has gone on loan to KCB FC. We have signed Macharia (John) and will confirm other developments by the end of the week,” Maoga told Soka

The 23-year-old Kemba joined the club after a season long stint with Tusker FC – a team he joined from Ugandan giants SC Villa in January 2015. The former City Stars left-back on his side had a torrid stint with the brewers with Sharks move intended to gather him enough playtime in vain.

John Odhiambo

A move to the bankers could revive his promising career should he be handed enough time on the pitch. He however faces strong competition from regular John Tommy Odhiambo.

Vincent Stephen

Twitter: @vincentsopiyo


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