Gor Mahia continues to lose influential players in the transfer window with the latest being dependable defender David ‘Calabar’ Owino.

The Harambee Stars defender penned a two year deal at Zambian club Zesco United in a deal that saw the player pocket $ 20,000 (Ugx. 55.8 million) as sign-on fees while Gor Mahia was paid $ 15,000 (Ugx 41.85 million).

The reliable defender who had six months left on his contract at K’Ogalo now joins Cranes striker Daniel ‘Mzee’ Sserunkuma and midfielder Geoffrey ‘Baba’ Kizito who left the club after helping the club retain their Kenya Premier League crown.

In his own words, Owino said he was thrilled with the move.
“I am happy to join Zesco United, I know it’s a result oriented team, am from Gor Mahia that has the same stance and both teams are champions. I love to play for champions because I believe a team attains the status of champions because of hard work,” he said to the Zesco website.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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