Defender Eugene Asike has extended his stay at Kenyan Premier League side Tusker FC for another year.
Asike’s last deal ended in July but with football set to return in the coming month, Tusker has moved on swiftly to continue their association with the player.
The move comes two weeks after the club confirmed the signing of defender Christopher Oruchum who was released by AFC Leopards; the club expected to add more new faces in the coming week as they continue with their preparations ahead of the new season.
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Asike becomes the second player to renew his deal with the brewers this month after that of goalkeeper Robert Mboya. Apart from Tusker, Asike has previously featured for KCB FC and Sofapaka FC.
The Robert Matano coached side was one of the most inform teams when the league was abandoned last season and will hope that they carry with the same form when football returns.
Meanwhile, Kenyan forward Mohammed Katana alias Messi Agege has changed clubs in Belarus after ditching FC Smolevichi for FC Isloch.
Katana signed with Smolevichi in April this year but wasn’t unable to join the team due to the travel restrictions brought about by the COVID pandemic.
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(Image: Tusker FC)