Kenyan Premier League side Nzoia Sugar FC have signed three new players ahead of the forthcoming KPL season.
These acquisitions are tipped to aid the Bungoma based club bounce back to winning ways after posting mixed results in the 2019/20 season.
The Sugar Millers have brought in defender Moses Mudavadi in a bid to build a solid back line come next season.
Mudavadi will arguably be a valuable asset for the former National Super League champions after gathering vital experience in local top flight football.
The right footed defender previously featured for the Mombasa based KPL side Bandari FC. He has penned a two-year contract deal with the Sylvester Murukurwa-coached team.
Former Posta Rangers forward Felix Oluoch has also signed a three-year contract with Nzoia. His arrival is timely basing on the misfiring status the club displayed last season.
Nzoia is also keen on getting goals next season with another signing of striker Erick Mango from KCB for a duration of two years.
Nzoia finished 15th on the log with 13 points from 22 outings in the 2019/20 KPL season.