•The duo join Francis Kairo (Talanta) and Danson Chetambe (Bandari) who penned deals with the club late last month.
•The Zedekiah “Zico” Otieno charges are keen to shake off a disappointing season that saw them miss out on the top five after finishing second in the 2020/2021 season.
Kenyan Premier League club, KCB, have completed the signing of Harambee Stars' full-back Harun Mwale and goalkeeper Bryne Omondi from rivals Ulinzi Stars and Posta Rangers respectively.
The duo joins Francis Kairo (Talanta) and Danson Chetambe (Bandari) who penned deals with the club late last month.
The bankers are in the transfer market frantically searching for talent to fill the boots of six players who left the club after the preceding season.
While being unveiled at the Ruaraka Sports Club on Wednesday, an exuberant Mwale said the prospect of donning the bankers' jersey excites him.
“I am delighted to join KCB FC, one of my dream clubs in the KPL. This is a massive club and I cannot wait to get started already. The technical bench and the players have warmly welcomed me to the club and I feel at home,” Mwale said.
Mwale holds on to the conviction he has accumulated sufficient expertise and experience to gel quickly with the rest of the bankers. He has vowed to announce his arrival in a special way when the season ultimately begins.
“Coming from another Kenya Premier League side, I understand the pressure to deliver and I can assure you that I am up to the task,” Mwale said.
Mwale, 27, earned his maiden call-up to Harambee Stars in April last year, when former coach Jacob "Ghost" Mulee named eight defenders to the national team for the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifying matches against Egypt and Togo.
Former mailman Bryne Omondi also said he is gratified to link up with the club and reiterated his desire to cement his place in the starting line-up.
“I have always dreamt of playing for KCB and today, my dream has come true. I am so excited ahead of this challenge. I know there is stiff competition in the goalkeeping department, and I am here to work hard for the team to enhance its chances,” Omondi said.
The Zedekiah “Zico” Otieno charges are keen to shake off a disappointing season that saw them miss out on the top five after finishing second in the 2020/2021 season.
The bankers finished seventh in the 2021/2022 season after bagging 49 points. Zico said he is still in the process of beefing up his squad as he eyes the title next season.