The Brewers have unveiled the 23-year-old former K’Ogalo youth player as their fifth signing in the continuous transfer window
FKF Premier League champions Tusker continued the rebuilding process by confirming the signing of midfielder Teddy Osok from Kitwe United of Zambia.
The 23-year-old joined the Zambian outfit on October 2, 2020 as a free agent, after leaving AFC Leopards and he could not reconsider his contract as it was terminated and forced him to return home.
Tusker, who won the top title for the 2020-21 season and will represent the country in the Caf Champions League, confirmed the arrival of the player, who also played for Wazito FC and Gor Mahia.
What did Tusker’s statement say?
“We are pleased to confirm the signing of Teddy Osok, who joins Tusker on a two-year contract,” the club said in a statement to their official. website. “Osok joins the Brewers after leaving the Zambian team, Kitwe United, and to strengthen the midfield before the new season.”
Upon joining Tusker, Osok said: ‘I am delighted to be joining a large and organized team like Tusker FC. It is a great honor and a challenge that I am ready for. It’s a bigger stage, and the team is playing in the Caf Champions League, which is a big stage. I am willing to do my best and help improve the team. ”
After sealing the transfer, Tusker chairman David Aduda, who was on hand to receive the player, said: ‘As a team we are always committed to getting high quality players and Teddy is one of the quality midfielders we have in mind. We are glad to have him in the team. ”
Charles Obiny, CEO of Tusker, added; “Osok is a very versatile player with a lot of experience, and he comes in an area that we needed to strengthen a lot. We are happy to have him and we have no doubt that he will be a great success for the team and a positive addition. “
Save Tusker Camp in Mombasa
Meanwhile, Tusker are set up camp in Mombasa to prepare for the upcoming season, where they will face Djibouti’s Arta Solar 7 in the Champions League final on September 10.
The coach’s coach, Robert Matano, called the move to the camp in Mombasa an ideal order, and he will use the opportunity to help the new players connect with the rest.
‘The week in Mombasa will be very important for us, because we have new players who need to perform and join the team. “It is also an opportunity for us to work on what we need to do to be ready for the first match of the Champions League,” said Matano. said.
“We started training at a slow pace just to make sure the players are not pushed too much, because we are also coming out of a very difficult season. Now we need to focus in Mombasa and get everyone’s minds ready for the big task ahead. ”
On Saturday, Tusker, who have already confirmed the signings of goalkeeper Patrick Matasi, Charles Momanyi, Kalos Kirenge and Joshua Ibrahim, played a friendly match against Kenya’s national team, Harambee Stars, where they lost 1-0.