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Gor Mahia sign Rayon Sports pair

21 January 2015, 11:10

Nairobi - Kenyan giants Gor Mahia have signed Rayon Sports leftback Abouba Sibomana and rightback Karim Nizigiyimana for a joint fee of $16,000 ahead of the new Kenya Premier League (KPL) season that starts next month.

The 25-year-old Sibomana, who has been a part of the national football team since 2010, travelled to Nairobi a week ago alongside Nizigiyimana to meet with head coach Frank Nutall, who admitted that the K’Ogalo are always looking around for good players.

Rayon Sports spokesman Aime Emmanuel Niyomusabye confirmed this development and revealed that Gor Mahia paid $8000 for each of the defenders, who bring along with them massive experience.

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