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The transfer window has closed and Coach Robert Matano added seven new faces to his squad.


The first came in the form of Brian Odhiambo who joined the Brewers on a three-year contract from Buruburu sports FC.

Bria Odhiambo(R) with team mate Modest Aloro(L)

The 24-year old defender also featured for Wazito FC in the National super league.

Tom Adwar officially joined the Club on 25th March alongside Odhiambo moving to Tusker on a season long deal from Sofapaka FC.

Tom Adwar on his debut match at Tusker FC against Western Stima

Adwar made his debut during the Brewers home match against Western Stima FC.

David Naftali during a past match against Mathare united

David Naftali became the third signing when he completed his move from Zambian side Kabwe Warriors. The midfielder arrived at Ruaraka penning down a one year deal after previously featuring for Bandari, Mt.Kenya United (Nakumatt FC) and Simba SC.

David Majak celebrating his first goal at Tusker against Mathare united FC

South Sudan striker, David Majak, joined Tusker for three years from Mt. Kenya United FC. The 19 year old was crowned the 2018 regional Chapa Dimba MVP and top scorer. He joins Timothy Otieno and Amini Muzerwa in the Tusker FC frontline.

Noah Wafula stretching after a past match in Mbaraki against SS Assad FC

Up next were Noah and Kevin Wafula. Noah returns back on loan term from Uganda, Vipers SC and has signed a two months contract. He left Tusker in 2018 joining Kakamega Homeboyz FC before crossing the border. Kevin Wafula on the other hand signed a one and a half year deal from CMS All-stars FC which participates in the FKF national division 2 eastern zone leagues.

Eugine Asike was the final addition of the transfer window as he becomes the second brewer returning back home. Eugene was in the 2016 squad that won a double at Ruaraka together with Noah Wafula and he has won other accolades before. He rejoins the Brewers for a two months contract.

As new faces came on board, change is inevitable as some players went on loan whilst others mutually terminated their contracts with the club.

Amos Asembeka has been loaned out to Wazito FC for the remainder of the 2018/19 season while Oscar Masiga joined Vihiga bullets FC on loan.

Veteran Lloyd Wahome after a colorful sendoff joined Wazito FC , David Juma joined Ushuru FC and  Hashim Sempala who had two months remaining in his contract has joined Gor Mahia; all three players contracts were terminated  on mutual agreement.







Nairobi, 28th March 2019 –

Tusker Football Club wishes to inform the media, our fans and the general public that we have shifted our home ground from Ruaraka grounds to Machakos, Kenyatta stadium to pave way for renovations to be carried out at  Ruaraka grounds.

We shall update you on the season fixture changes.

For more information on the fixture changes you can find on our website and all our social media platforms.

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Further Enquiries:

Diana Yonah

Media Liaison Officer  



Tusker played to a 3-1 win against Kariobangi sharks at home in Ruaraka on Wednesday 27th March 2019. This was after going for 5 matches without a win. Timothy Otieno brace in the first half and Boniface Muchiri’s second half goal was all that was needed to Sink Sharks at the Ruaraka grounds.

This was the first time Tusker won against Kariobangi sharks since they got promoted to the league after a series of draws and loses.

Speaking after the match, head coach Robert Matano applauded the boys,

“It has not been easy in the past matches but I thank the boys for today’s well fought win. We deserved to win the match as we created more chances. We’re hoping to go on with the same trend in the following matches.”

Tusker FC will travel away to Chemelil where they are set to face Chemelil Sugar on Saturday 30th March at the Chemelil sugar sports complex.


Goalkeeper Emery Mvuyekure has been recalled to the Amavubi squad by head coach Mashami Vincent after five years.

This is in Amavubi preparations of their upcoming Group H clash against Côte d’Ivoire in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at Stade Bouaké in Abidjan.

Since joining the Brewers in November, Mvuyekure has been key in the goalposts hence becoming the first choice keeper for head coach Robert Matano with his brilliant saves.

He is part of the 27-man provisional squad to start residential training on Thursday, March 14th 2019 until March 20 ahead of their departure to Abidjan on March 21, 2019.

Full 27-man squad

Goalkeepers: Emery Mvuyekure (Tusker FC, Kenya), Omar Rwabugiri (Mukura) and Yves Kimenyi (APR)

Defenders: Abdoul Rwatubyaye (Sporting KC, USA), Salomon Nirisarike (AFC Tubize, Belgium), Thierry Manzi (Rayon Sports), Prince Buregeya (APR), Fitina Omborenga (APR), Emmanuel Imanishimwe (APR), Hussein Habimana (Rayons Sports), Saidi Iragire (Mukura), Eric Rutanga (Rayon Sports) and Eric Iradukunda (Rayon sports).

Midfielders:Andrew Butera (APR), Ally Niyonzima (APR), Kevin Muhire (El Dakhleya, Egypt), Olivier Niyonzima (Rayon Sports), Eric Nsabimana (AS Kigali), Djihad Bizimana (Waasland Beveren, Belgium) and Imran Nshimiyimana (APR).

Forwards: Meddie Kagere (SC Simba, Tanzania), Jacques Tuyisenge (Gor Mahia, Kenya), Muhadjiri Hakizimana (APR), Dominique Savio Nshuti (APR), Juma Nizeyimana (Kiyovu), Lague Byiringiro (APR) and Bertrand Iradukunda (Mukura VS).



Tusker FC will not take part in this year’s Sportpesa Shield.

For the first time since winning the trophy back in 1975, the four-time champions will not participate in the 2018/19 domestic cup competition.

The club’s management decision is meant to enable the team concentrate on the Sportpesa Premier League.Speaking to the club’s chairman Daniel Aduda confirmed saying, 

“It was not an easy decision to make but we want to help the team concentrate on the league. We have a target of winning the title and want to focus on that.”

Tusker are currently fifth in the league table with 25 points and play AFC Leopards on Saturday 9th March at Kenyatta Stadium, Machakos in the next league match.