Harambee Stars defender David ‘Calabar Owino has left Zambian giants Zesco United Pepeta can confirm.

 

The defender wont renew his deal with Zesco after his contract expired on December 31st 2020.

 

ZESCO United Chief Executive Officer, Richard Mulenga, via the club’s portal said of Owino: “On behalf of the ZESCO United Football Club Executive, I wish to take this opportunity to thank Odhiambo for his dedication and commitment to duty. We will never forget his contribution towards the growth and success of this football club.”

 

The 32-year-old joined Zesco in 2014 from Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia and leaves after helping the side to 5 Zambia Super League titles, 3 Absa Cup and 2 Charity Shield.

 

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Owino was part of the Kenyan contingent that revolutionized the Zesco team with the other being Anthony Akumu (now at Kaizer Chiefs ) and Jesse Were who is the club’s all time leading goal scorer. 

 

The player who had been linked with a move to Nkana FC before  leaves other Kenyans in Were, John Makwatta and keeper Ian Otieno at the club.

 

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