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Sofapaka sign three including Burundian duo

27 December 2013, 17:23

Nairobi - Former Kenyan Premier League champions Sofapaka have signed Burundian playersw Abdul Razak Fiston and Celestine Habonimana from Rayon Sport and Vital O respectively.

The coub has been linked with a number of players following the CECAFA Chellenge Cup but they have swooped for the two to replace departed squad members.

They have also signed defender Anthony Ndolo from KCCA in Uganda.

Club chair Elly Kalekwa was excited with the new arrivals.

" We have completed deals for Razak, Celestine and Ndolo. They have signed two year deals.

" The coachign staff feels good about their arrival and we look forward to having them at the club, he said.

The Burundians were key figures for Burundi in the recently concluded CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup.

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