Kenyan defensive midfielder teddy osok joins Kitwe

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“I’m very happy to join the club. It is an exciting new challenge in the Zambia Super League (ZSL). I have been here for a few weeks and the club has an amazing project that I’m eager to take part in and help it achieve its target this coming season,” he added.

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“I was very angry after I left Wazito, a club I gave my all. I was depressed and almost giving up. Kitwe offered me this opportunity. I am glad it worked out in the end,” he said.

Kitwe United was promoted to the Zambian Super League (ZSL) this season alongside Prison Leopards and Young Green Eagles.

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“I’m very happy to join the club. It is an exciting new challenge in the Zambia Super League (ZSL). I have been here for a few weeks and the club has an amazing project that I’m eager to take part in and help it achieve its target this coming season,” he added.

Osok has previously played for Gor Mahia Youth, KCB, Sofapaka and Wazito. He has also been capped by the junior national teams, Harambee Stars Under 20 and Under 23.

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