Whyvonne Isuza Snubs KCB, Commits Future At Leopards By Extending Contract

Whyvonne Isuza (Left) during a past game. /Courtesy

Whyvonne Isuza has extended his contract with AFC Leopards by three more years ahead of the upcoming 2018-19 Kenyan Premier League season.

The 24-year-old attacking midfielder who rumored to be on his way to newbies KCB FC put ink to paper Saturday to clear the air over his future.

“AFC leopards SC is glad to announce that our 2018 top scoring midfielder Whyvonne Isuza has signed a new long term deal with the club,” the club said in a statement.

According to media reports, the Kenyan international was among KCB’s top targets as they seek to strengthen their squad as they begin their new life in KPL.

Isuza joined Ingwe in 2016 from Mathare United and has established himself as one of the key figures at the 12-time KPL champions.

He scored 12 times in the just ended 2008 season to emerge as the club’s top scorer.

Leopards have also extended the contract of defender Robinson Kamura by two years. The two joined Ingwe at the same time.

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Written by Bonface Osano

Communication And Media Student. Sports Writer.


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