Kenyan Premier League newbies Nairobi City Stars have acquired the services of ex-Wazito FC keeper Steve Njunge Ndungu on a two-year deal.
The team coordinator Samson Otieno said of the signing: “Steve comes with loads of experience gained at Wazito and immediately becomes an important part of the team.”
“Our goalkeeping department was short of numbers but now with Njunge in, the count of keepers now improves to three besides Osano and teenager Elvis Ochoro.”
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On his side, the player said: “The team has a great vision, and I am happy to be part of it. I want to work hard to help City Stars maintain its status in the league.”
Njunge arrives to replace Levis Opiyo Omondi who has since joined Gor Mahia; the arrival re-uniting Njuge with his former keeper trainer Zachary Onyango and keeper-mate Jacob Osano.
The player has been handed jersey no. 23.
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