Wokorach speaks on Kabras exit speculations

Speculations over the future of Ugandan Fullback Philip Wokorach at Kabras have continued to grow, with his name being linked with a move away from the club.
The scintillating fullback for the second time has been linked with a move to Ngong Road-based side Kenya Harlequins which under the tutelage of former Kabras head coach Charles Cardovillis.
Cardovillis has already signed halfback Dominic Osino who made his full debut in their win over Nakuru in the Impala Floodlit tournament and reports from Kakamega indicate that several players are keen to join their former boss at Quins.
A source close to Kabras told Scrummage that there is a high likelihood that the Ugandan will quit the club in the ongoing transfer window with South Africa utility back Logan Basson being touted to fill his big shoes.
But when he was contacted for a response on Quins links,  Wokorach said: “There is nothing like that, they are just rumours,”  he told Scrummage.

Commenting on working under newly appointed head coach Henly Du Plessis, the Ugandan man said that they are adjusting to the new systems by the South African boss and has assured fans they will enjoy the display in the 2018/19 season.
“We are adjusting to the new training regiments and the coach has come with specific goals we have to achieve along the season. This makes it more exciting for us and thus the fans will enjoy the display if we remain on course to achieve those targets set by management, ” he added.
Ugandans Ivan Kirabo, Puis Ogena have quit the club and their exit have also sparked speculation that Wokorach will follow suit. Other top players that have left the club include Osino, Joseph Amalemba, Kelvin Omiyo.
Kabras have signed winger Enzo Fouttie, backrower Claude Johannes and Basson.
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