Nairobi goalkeeper Patrick Matasi has returned to the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Premier League and signed a two-year contract with Tusker FC.
Matasi spent three months at the club in 2018 before embarking on a mega currency exchange to Ethiopia and signing for St. George.
But three seasons later, he made the decision to return home, especially after battling for playing time last season.
“I’m really happy to be back at Tusker and it’s a great pleasure for me. I was only here three months and then left and to me it means that as a player I haven’t fulfilled something. I’m here to work and to help the team thrive and achieve its goals, “Matasi said on the club’s official website.
He adds; “I’m joining a great team that has achieved a lot. Tusker won the league and qualified to represent the country in the CAF Champions League and that means a lot to me as a player. I have to work and fight for the country To defend.” Badge of the club, “added the goalkeeper.
When greeting the goalkeeper, Chairman Dan Aduda said; “We are very happy to win Matasi and he will add tremendous competition to our goalkeeping department. He has been here before, he knows the structure of the club and it will not be difficult for him to adapt.”
CEO Charles Obiny added; “When preparing for the Champions League, Matasi’s experience will be of vital importance to the goalkeeping department. He has played at a high level at club and national level and is a great addition to the squad.”
Matasi is the fourth player to be revealed by the league champions after bringing on board defender Charles Momanyi of Gor Mahia and the Tanzanian duo of defender Protus Kirenge and striker Ibrahim Joshua.