Kamura admits move to KCB was irresistible
- According to Kamura, he needed a place where he will be assured of game time and feel appreciated after falling out of favour with Leopards technical bench last season resulting in him being stripped of the captaincy.
AFC Leopards former central defender Robinson Kamura has revealed that he made an easy and quick move to join the FKF-PL last season first runners up KCB because of Zedekiah ‘Zico’ Otieno phone call.
Kamura whose is yet to be unveiled by his new employees with his contract details yet to be disclosed at least for now, is happy for joining a team coached by Otieno who he say they knew each other while still at Mathare United youth team U-19
“Coach knows me very well since I was a young boy at Mathare (United) U-19. Zico knows me and knows my quality.
” That is why it was easy for me to make that decision of joining KCB when he came calling because he is the one who called me on phone and we had a talk. I did not even have to think twice before accepting his offer,” Kamura revealed.
According to Kamura, he needed a place where he will be assured of game time and feel appreciated after falling out of favour with Leopards technical bench last season resulting in him being stripped of the captaincy.
“To settle for KCB is because they are a good side, they performed very well last season despite missing out to champions Tusker by a whisker to clinch the league title.
“Yes, number two will never be remembered but because they have shown they are not here to just participate but compete, is the best reason enough any ambitious player will want to buy into their idea,” Kamura added.
‘Njoro’, as he is fondly known by his buddies has however thanked Leopards for playing an enormous part in making him who he is and wished them all the best
“AFC (Leopards) remains to be a big team to me and I have fixed it in my heart. Through AFC, I am somewhere in terms of my career and I am sure what they have done for me may be other teams could not have managed to do that as far as nurturing my talent and building my career,” Kamura concluded.
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