Mid-season transfer window closes

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    The 2017 mid-season transfer window shut down yesterday, 30 June 2017, with a total of 107 players switching clubs

    Sofapaka was the busiest club in the transfer window with 17 signings while Thika United FC, on the other hand, made the least number of signings, with only player being added to their current squad

    15 players were signed from other associations; ten from Uganda, two from Tanzania and Burundi and one from Rwanda

    54 transfers were between KPL Clubs, while 13 players transferred from the second tier National Super League to the KPL and a total of 14 players being acquired from the lower tier sides

    Transfer Fees

    43% of the players (46) moved on Free Transfers while 33% of the transfers (35) involved payment between the clubs/players. 16 players chose to renew/extended their contracts with their clubs with 9 players moving out on loan to other clubs at the close of the transfer window

    KPL Transfers

    NSL Transfers

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