After three years with Ulinzi Stars, midfielder Cliff Kasuti has been released on mutual agreement as the team shapes up for the 2018-19 season of the Kenyan Premier League (KPL).
The Kenya U23 international was scouted by the team’s former coach Robert Matano and signed up right from high school and grew to be an integral part of the team with his biggest asset being his pace and trickery on the flanks.
He will be joining Sofapaka for his next adventure in the KPL, while Sofapaka forward Ezekiel Okare makes the switch to Nakuru, and head coach Dunstan Nyaudo has termed him a loyal servant and great team player while wishing him the best in his future endeavors.
“We will always cherish those moments we had with Kasuti. He was a loyal servant to the club and his quality was all clear for everyone to see. We wanted a center forward to beef up the team and we had to make a replacement.
“He is a great talent and leaves with our blessings; I just want to wish him the best in his next adventure as well as future endeavors,” The Don said.
Kasuti scored twice for Ulinzi Stars in the 2018 season and the entire Ulinzi Stars fraternity wishes him the best in his travails.