Ulinzi Stars not rushing into transfer window


Ulinzi Stars FC coach Benjamin Nyangweso instructs his charges during their Kenyan Premier League match ...
Ulinzi Stars FC coach Benjamin Nyangweso instructs his charges during their Kenyan Premier League match against AFC Leopards SC at the Afraha Stadium in Nakuru on October 14, 2016. Photo/Stafford Ondego/www.sportpicha.com

In Summary

  • Ulinzi Stars head coach Benjamin Nyangweso says he does not expect any transfers involving his team during the January window
  • The veteran coach said he recognizes the need to reinforce his squad but added it is difficult to find quality players during the mid-season

Ulinzi Stars head coach Benjamin Nyangweso says he does not expect any transfers involving his team during the January window.

The veteran coach said he recognizes the need to reinforce his squad but added it is difficult to find quality players during the mid-season.

“Most teams have already picked the good players and it is also hard for the teams to release their players so I think I we will keep off the market until the end of the season when we can pick players in the pre-season,” Nyangweso told Citizen Digital.

Ulinzi currently sit fourth on the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) standings on 34 points and will be aiming to go level with leaders Tusker FC when the two clash on Sunday at the Ruaraka grounds.

Daniel Waweru grabbed the solitary goal when the two sides last met in October last year but with the tidings changing positively for the Brewers, Nyangweso reckons they are in for a tight affair.

“The Tusker match will be very tough for us because they have very good players who have a very good coach (Robert Matano) who has won many accolades. They are also leading in the KPL so I respect the work he’s doing,” Nyangweso said.

Ulinzi will be without the services of striker Oscar Wamalwa who is suspended.

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