Despite Western Stima skipper George Wesa earlier announcing that he will be calling time on his playing career, the club is still holding on hope that the defender will turn out for the team in the 2016 season.
The defender has served six seasons at the Kakamega club and after the 2015 season he declared he will be leaving the chance for upcoming players but the club chairman, Laban Jobita speaking to 366football in a different forum, stated that the player is still in the team’s plans.
“We have not heard about that officially and we want to hold on to the information that he is under contract, being a Kenya Power employee and are still counting on him as the 2016 season approaches.
“He is still an integral part of the team and how this will play out remains to be seen when the team goes well into pre season training,” Jobita stated.
George Wesa’s career highlight in Kakamega was when he led Western Stima to the 2011 KPL Top 8 final, though his team lost to eventual winners Ulinzi Stars.
He has previously played for Nzoia Sugar FC and Tusker FC.