The former AFC Leopards captain has penned an emotional message to Kakamega Homeboyz after joining Dodoma Jiji FC.
Former AFC Leopards captain Robinson Kamura has penned an emotional message after leaving Kakamega Homeboyz to join Francis Baraza at Dodoma Jiji FC.
Kamura was released by Abana Abeingo last November after his contract came to an end at the club, but found greener pastures in Tanzania, where he will now be playing for the foreseeable future.
The veteran defender had enjoyed a renaissance at the club after leaving KCB and before that, AFC Leopards and Mathare United, but will now be spending time away from Kenyan football as he seeks to get back to his level best.
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Despite reports of falling out at Homeboyz, Kamura has given an emotional goodbye to his former club in a statement he released on his social media pages.
One particular achievement -winning the FKF Cup with Homeboyz last July - remains fresh in his memory.
"As I say goodbye to Kakamega Homeboyz, I reflect on the Mozzart Cup triumphs from my time as a player,” Kamura wrote.
The towering defender has also thanked everyone who helped him better his game while with the one-time cup winners.
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"Gratitude fills my heart for the memories created, and a big thank you to the dedicated staff, talented players, and supportive coaches I've had the pleasure of working with over the past year.”
Kamura is clearly looking forward to his new challenge in Tanzania in a league that has enjoyed a steady rise in reputation over recent years.
"Excited for what lies ahead,"
When he left the club, team manager Boniface Ibenzi was quick to thank him for his contributions in helping Homeboyz make history during his spell at the club.
"Kamura's contract expired and as Homeboyz we usually give players a chance to listen to themselves first if they want to extend their contract with us or look elsewhere.
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"When his contract came to an end he told us that he had some offers on the table from different teams and so he wanted to explore those chances when the time comes, that’s why we decided to part ways on mutual consent.
"We want to thank him for the services he has rendered to the club and wish him well in his other endeavours," said Imbenzi.