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Omondi yet to sign for Birds

24 September 2014, 10:21

Nairobi - Kenya international Kevin Omondi is not yet an official Moroka Swallows player because of a delay with the application for his work permit.

The Harambee Stars midfielder was reported to have signed a two-year deal to join the Dobsonville side after impressing during a trial during pre-season.,

It has since emerged that Omondi's paperwork is still being processed and that he does not have a binding agreement with Swallows, according to the club's general manager, Sipho Xulu.

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"The boy (Omondi) is here with us and is being monitored by our technical team alongside other foreign players," Xulu confirmed to Daily Nation Sport.

"The moment we receive a go-ahead from the coach we shall sign him," the Birds administrator added.

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