Tusker FC would like to confirm the signing of goalkeeper Brian Bwire and defender Daniel Sakari both from Kariobangi Sharks. The two joined the team on Tuesday morning after returning from international duty with Harambee Stars.
On the arrival of the two, Tusker chairman Daniel Aduda said; “We really feel delighted to be bringing on board national team players who have gathered immense experience. Their presence especially as we head to play continental football will be a huge asset to the coaching department.”
Sakari who joined Sharks from Kakamega Homeboyz was excited to be linking up with the team.
“It is a really great honor for me to be coming to the club. I am coming to a club which is the reigning champion and I already feel like a champion. I have my work cut out because there is a lot of competition in the team, but that is what makes a player better,” Sakari said.
Meanwhile, Bwire, an academy product from Sharks said; “I feel delighted to be making another step in my career. Tusker is a big team and they will be playing continental football this season and that is a challenge that I am really looking forward to.”
“I joined the team in training for the first time today and I really felt welcomed and I didn’t feel like a visitor at all. Now it is about getting down to work and putting in the effort,” added the goalkeeper.