Mathare United defender Samuel Olwande has crossed over to Kariobangi Sharks with the player having been part of the team that took English Premier League side Everton FC last Sunday.
Olwande becomes the latest entrant in the Sharks squad after the team snapped up the services of striker Patrick Otieno from Nzoia Sugar and a keeper from Sony Sugar FC.
Sharks and Mathare have transferred players in recent times with Coach William Muluya having served the latter before starting his serious coaching business with Sharks.
Apart from Olwande, recent players to have joined Sharks from Mathare are Duke Abuya, goalkeeper Robert Mboya (who left for Tusker FC) and Harrison Mwendwa.
Before his Mathare United stint, Olwande featured for Tusker FC and Chemelil Sugar FC in the Kenyan Premier League; the player arriving to compete for a position with Michael Bodo for the right back spot.
Despite the new acquisitions, the team has lost the services of keeper Gad Mathews who has moved to Wazito FC, the duo of midfielder Fidel Origa and winger Henry Juma who both have moved to Western Stima.
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