Shabana official reveals struggling club's January transfer window strategy

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FKFPL Shabana official reveals struggling club's January transfer window strategy

Mark Kinyanjui 10:00 - 31.01.2024

The club are seeking ways to strengthen the squad in a bid to help Sammy Omollo ‘Pamzo’ achieve his immediate objective of steering the club clear of relegation.

Shabana FC head coach Ezekiel Kerama has revealed the club’s transfer strategy as they seek to strengthen the squad in the quest to avoid relegation.

The club hired Sammy Omollo ‘Pamzo’ earlier this month and the gaffer has overseen two games, winning one and losing one, but they are seeking to bolster their squad in a bid to make themselves strong enough to achieve their objective.

Speaking to Radio 47 in an interview where he was primarily asked to address the situation regarding the seven players the club have deemed surplus to requirements

“There is a possibility we will bring players in given how things are going depending on the recommendations by the coach,” Kerama said.

“What we are looking at is the stability of the team. This is about looking at the areas that have an issue and then finding ways to solve it.

“If the coach says the striking department, for example, needs strengthening, then we will go to the market because the window is open of course under his recommendation.

“If he recommends player A, we will approach the club we want to get him from and negotiate to get his services under the law and if we agree a deal it is okay.”

Kerama has revealed the club could look to bring in players on a loan basis as they seek creative ways to strengthen the team.

“We are also finding ways of getting players, even if on loan. Just in the same way we are giving out two players on loan, we will also look at getting someone on loan.”

Meanwhile, Kerama has also torn into social media bloggers who had claimed the club had released seven players illegally, claiming that they had written absolute rubbish without even approaching the management for verification.

“The worst thing is, you find some of the people posting information without approaching the management and finding out what is going on. 

“They write information when they have not even allowed the club to explain its side of the story or show the other side of the coin.

“All they are doing is writing muddy content when giving information. There is no information they have given that is true.”

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