Rangers hunt for one more in the transfer market


Rangers hunt for one more in the transfer market
Posta Rangers FC coach Sammy "Pamzo" Omollo instructs his charges against Sofapaka FC during their SportPesa Premier League match at the Afraha stadium in Nakuru on May 06, 2017. Photo/Oliver Ananda/Sportpicha.

In Summary

  • Rangers have already signed Western Stima defender Salim Hamisi and Timothy Onyango from Chemelil Sugar alongside goalkeeper Calving Opiyo from Bomet FC and the tactician now says he needs to sharpen his attack before the season begins next month.
  • Omollo's side finished 13th last season with 30 points and he is predicting an even tougher season.

Posta Rangers head coach Sammy ‘Pamzo Omollo says he still needs one more signing before the pre- season begins ahead of the new season.

Rangers have already signed Western Stima defender Salim Hamisi and Timothy Onyango from Chemelil Sugar alongside goalkeeper Calving Opiyo from Bomet FC and the tactician now says he needs to sharpen his attack before the season begins next month.

Omollo’s side finished 13th last season with 30 points and he is predicting an even tougher season.

“I am still remaining with one signing and will be through with the transfer market, the players I have acquired are the ones I needed in the respective positions,” he said.

”The striking position – which we’re yet to fill – we are talking to almost three players and we will agree on who is the best among them to join us before we start the next season that I am predicting will be very tough,”said the former Kenyan international.

Meanwhile Mathare United head coach Salim Ali insists his club is still waiting for a directive from the government on the planned resumption of sports before they can enter the transfer market even though he confirmed to Citizen Digital they have plans already put in place.

“We are monitoring some players who I will not mention their names but we are waiting for the government to give direction on when sports activities will resume so that we can start our plan for the new season.

I have spoken to the club management and I have told them my intention and targets for the new season. We will definitely strengthen the squad because the league will be tough next season so we cannot be left behind,” he said.

The Slum Boys  finished at position eight with 33 points in the interrupted season.

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