Ugandan goalkeeper Martin Lule is among nine players who have been dropped by Kenyan Premier League side Posta Rangers heading into the 2019/ 20 Kenyan Premier League season.
Lule, who joined the Mail-Men in March 2019 from National Super League side, St. Josephs FC was Posta’s first choice keeper for the first few games.
But a number of high-profile blunders saw him relegated to the bench and was eventually dropped all together from match day squads towards the end of the season.
Posta narrowly avoided relegation from the Kenyan Premier League last season and had to secure their top flight status through a play-off against Nairobi Stima.
The team has now moved to crack the whip in order to create room for new arrivals. Among those shown the door is Lule and his fellow keeper Eliud Emase.
Others shown the exit doors are midfielders John Nairuka, Francis Manoah, Dennis Ongeri. Defenders Herit Mungai and Bernard Arum.
Veterans Jerry Santo and Joseph Nyaga have retired from football, the former will join the team’s technical bench.
Meanwhile the club has roped in four players; they are midfielders Michael Luvutsi from Bandari, Vain Okeyo from Wazito and Jackson Dwang from Nzoia Sugar. Completing the list is Bidco United defender Dickens Mwema.
Released players: Jerry Santo, Joseph Nyaga, Herit Mungai, Francis Manoah, Dennis Ongeri, Bernard Arum, John Nairuka, Eliud Emase and Martin Lule.