22 December 2012

Kenya: Exodus of Players Hit Karuturi

Karuturi Sport have admitted they could suffer more departures before the close of the current transfer window in January 2013.

Karuturi chairman David Omega, said the team is waiting for the players to reconvene from their holidays next year before re-assisng their loses.

"You never know much about players since they are in search of greener pastures. We can not prevent players from joining clubs with better perks. I can therefore not say with certainty that no more players will leave us before the start of the 2013 season although we are ready for any eventuality," he said.

Karuturi has so far lost three players after dropping nine others from the squad due to poor performance in the just ended season.

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