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Sofapaka will be active in the transfer market

19 December 2013, 14:10

Nairobi - Sofapaka will be active in the transfer market, chair Elly Kalekwa has said.

The 2009 Kenyan Premier League champions have been slow to act in the current window, where they have seen some key players leave, including captain James Situma to AFC Leopards.

Head coach Sam Timbe has already identified a number of players who according to Kalekwa will be roped into the club in the next few weeks.

" We will be very active in the transfer window, he said.

" Last season we brought in some really good players but we were unlucky because some of them left the club in the middle of the season and so we suffered.

" In this transfer window, we will do our best to ensure that we get in high quality players that the coach has already pinpointed.

" We will be busy in the coming weeks, he added.

Sofapaka finished the 2013 Kenyan Premier League third on the log.

- News24


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