Former AFC Leopards captain Duncan Otieno has become the second player to part ways with ambitious FKF Premier League side Kenya Police FC after winger Duke Abuya who departed on Monday.
Abuya, who signed with Police FC at the start of the just-concluded season left on Monday for Tanzanian newly promoted club Singida Big Stars. Singida reportedly tabled an irresistible offer for Abuya, inking a two-year deal with the DTB bankrolled side.
Otieno, an ex Nkana FC, AFC Leopards, Lusaka Dynamos and Posta Rangers star officially announced his departure after one season stint with Police FC. The midfielder termed his season with the law enforcers as an enjoyable run, acknowledged them for the support they accorded during his short stay at the club and wished them all the very best for the future as quoted by Mozzart Sport.
“I can confirm that I am leaving Kenya Police FC, I will not sign another deal. I enjoyed my season with the the team.”
Otieno has been with Police FC for a season and is now outbound. He will sign for a team in Botswana Premier League.