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KENYA: Kariobangi Sharks part ways with two Ugandan players

SINAN RAJUB SENOGA

Ugandan forwards Peter Lwasa and Robert Wanyama Onyango have left officially left Kenya Premier League side Kariobangi Sharks.

The two players have become the first players to leave the club on mutual consent since the 2020/21 officially climaxed last week.

Lwasa, who is a former URA FC winger, scored six times for the Sharks last season before his contract expired.

He joined Kariobangi Sharks in January last year from Sofapaka FC.

His compatriot Onyango joined the team at the start of the concluded season from Busia division two side Lakeview FC.

Robert Onyango during his unveiling at the start of the season (Kariobangi Sharks Photo)

Onyango is a brother to Blacks Power’s forward Michael Siwu who was one of the top performers in the FUFA Big League last season.

Onyango’s main contribution to the team was scoring one of the two goals as the Sharks completed a double over Gor Mahia with a 2-1 victory.

James Mazembe, John Kuol, Joshua Onyango, Ibrahim Kitawi and Ibrahim Ochieng, Brian Bwire and Daniel Sakari are other players reported on the exit from the club.

Kariobangi Sharks finished fifth on the Kenya Premier League table with 48 points from 34 games played.

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