Osborne Monday and Tusker FC have parted ways after the midfielder refused to ink a new deal following the expiry of his deal, this is according to the club CEO Mr Charles Obiny.
Monday, who was a key member of the brewers side in their double winning season saw through his contract at the end of December 2016 but failed to agree to a new deal despite the club's urge to tie him down for a longer period.
Obiny in an interview with Soka said Monday's situation was out of their hands and wished the ex Mathare United and Sofapaka man all the best in his next step.
"We wanted to tie Osborne (Monday) to another deal but it's like he had set his mind and made it clear he won't be with us for another season. He had been a good servant to us and as a club we wish him the best in his next step," Obiny said.
Monday might have slipped through their grasp but the brewers managed to extend Clifford Alwanga's and Brian Osumba's stays for another year, the two having been roped in from KCB three years ago.
"We have extended Alwanga's and Osumba's contracts for another year. We did well last year and it was only noble that we retain a core of the team. We hope to talk to other players whose contracts will soon be coming to an end," Obiny added.
The brewers have so far roped in defenders Samuel Olwande and Vincent Omumbo from Chemelil Sugar and Thika United respectively and with continental assignments to contend with, more additions are expected to the squad.