KCCA's Nsimbe Rules Out Jamal


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“He asked me and club officials and we allowed him to go for further studies though I don’t know where he went to study from,” stressed Nsimbe on Tuesday evening.

However, the KCCA custodian spent the whole of last week with KJT that won the Gorthia Cup in Sweden on Saturday but the coach couldn’t comment on that since he clearly said he didn’t see him taking part.

The former Express FC custodian spent the biggest part of last season sidelined despite being a brilliant shoot stopper after his former bosses claimed, he had joined KCCA illegally.

According to Nsimbe, the team had already sorted out all the last season’s ups and downs to help the player fully take part in KCCA games in the coming season.

For next season the defending champions are remaining with two options of Opio and Nicholas Ssebwato where the later was instrumental in his club’s being crowned last season’s league champions.


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