KCB snaps Vihiga United keeper


  Posted: 10 Jan, 07:32

By: Kevin Teya

National Super League side Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB), has completed the signing of Vihiga United goalkeeper David Kutwa, Vihiga United has confirmed.

Kutwa, Edward  Manoah’s first choice keeper decamps to Leonard Saleh coached KCB where he will compete for a starting berth in the team with the likes of Juma Mpongo and veteran keeper Zachary Onyango in a season KCB will be seeking promotion back to the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) after narrowly missing out in 2016.

Kutwa’s move to KCB has been confirmed by Vihiga United Public Relations Officer Peter Atsiaya who also revealed that the club is shopping for a replacement ahead of the new season.

Departure confirmed

-I can confirm that Kutwa has left and joined KCB, he got an offer from them and requested to leave. Once a player has decided to move there is little you can do and as a club we wish him all the best at his new club, we are looking around for his replacement although I must admit his departure is a blow because he was our first choice between the posts, Atsiaya told Futaa.com.

Vihiga has already signed four players so far among them former Leopards captain Martin Imbalambala.


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