Utility back Ken Moseti has penned down a message to his immediate former employers KCB as he prepares for his new journey at Impala Saracens.
Moseti, was among the new signings confirmed by Kenya Rugby Union to have completed moves to Impala in the just concluded transfer window. His move to Impala comes months after he reversed his decision to retire from rugby.
The back who played a major role in KCB’s last three Kenya Cup victories has thanked the club for giving him an opportunity to play at the den for a period of seven years which he described as ‘seven years of awesomeness’.
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In a statement published on his social media account, the former Homeboyz and Nondies man also thanked Head coach Curtis Alouch Olago, his KCB teammates and fans for the support they have always accorded him.
“I would like this opportunity to thank Kcb rugby for the opportunity to play for them since 2013.its been 7yrs of awesomeness. Thanks to my Coach Curtis Aluoch and my mates back at the Den,” reads a statement by Moseti.
He went on to reveal that Impala has been one of the Kenya Cup clubs he has always admired to play for.
“As I embark on this new challenge at one club I have always admired and wanted to play for I ask for Gods guidance. To my fans Asante Sana for the support. tupatane Ngong road.”
Moseti who was less involved in Kenya Cup in 2019/20 campaign will join the side alongside Martin Juma, Teddy Ratemo, Albert Obura and Nesta Okoth.