Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Premier League side is already putting its house in order ahead of the 2016 season and the club’s management has once again made trips to the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) to shop for players.
The team made headlines in the mid season point in 2015, moving in for top AFC Leopards players, skipper Martin Imbalambala and goalkeeper Wycliffe Kasaya and is now set to make another trip at the club, with midfielder Bernard Mangoli and striker Mike Khamati top on their wish list.
According to the club’s secretary Albert Wesonga, the coach is under instruction to see the team promoted to the Kenyan Premier League in 2016 and he has the green light to shop for the best talent in the country.
“We are in the process of restructuring the team because sponsors have given us until next year to get the team to the top flight league. The coach has already tabled his proposals, and all that remains are the negotiations,” he said.
The team has as well been heavily linked with Kenyan international Noah Abich of Mathare United.