Hamisi Mwnyi’s deal to join Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions Gor Mahia has fallen through after the midfielder opted for newly promoted Kakamega Homeboyz.
Mwinyi was in training with Gor Mahia last week and it was believed he will have a deal with the champions but he admits he was not assured of playing time and opted for the Kakamega side.
“I was called over there for trials and I gave my best then I weighed my options and felt I would not enjoy a lot of playing time like anticipate for. So that is why I chose to leave and come to Homeboyz.
“Homeboyz is not a very big club but we have big ambitions and we will use team work to reach our goals. I have had talks with the coach and he has assured me of playing time, plus the fact that we have worked together before, it was not a hard decision to make,” he said.
Mwinyi, the 2014 KPL Most Disciplined Player, will join a Homeboyz side that already has Patrick Oboya, Andrew Kulecho, Athman Buki, and David Juma as it strengthens for the new season.