Gor Mahia's Omondi pens two year deal with Moroka Swallows
24 June 2014, 11:58
Nairobi - Gor Mahia's Kevin Ade Omondi will play for South African top flight side Moroka Swallows after signing a two year deal.
The attacking midfielder had attended trials at Ajax Cape Town who were due to call him back for talks but Swallows have instead moved in for the player.
He will officially join the club on July 1, 2014, a move that has excited the player.
" Yes. I have signed and I am very happy, he said of joining the Soweto outfit.
" They are a big club playing in the heartbeat of South African football in Soweto so I am thrilled to be moving there and hope that I can make a good impression for the club, he added.
Omondi has been at Gor in the last couple of seasons but is owned by the FISA Academy, who have arranged for the move to South Africa.
His departure will be a blow for Gor who have already lost Teddy Akumu, Joseph Wanyonyi, with Rama Salim and top scorer Dan Sserunkuma also linked with moves out of the club.
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