- Momanyi, who was appointed the team captain at the start of the season has been missing since match day three.
- Tusker will flex muscles with AFC Leopards on Saturday.
Kenyan Premier League side Tusker FC have received a shot in the arm following the return of center-backs Charles Momanyi and Tom Teka to the squad after a lengthy spell of injuries.
The development was brought to light by assistant coach George Maina in an interview on Wednesday.
Maina described the duo's return as a big boost to their title aspirations.
“We have Momanyi back and Teka is coming back very strong,” Maina remarked.
“This will give us tough decisions to make in the team because they are doing well.”
Momanyi, who was appointed the team captain at the start of the season has sat out of matches since he suffered an injury during the Brewers' third league fixture of the season against Kakamega Homeboyz.
Teka suffered a knee injury during Tusker’s August preseason friendly with Tanzanian Premier League side Coastal Union in Moshi.
With the pair unavailable for match selection, Robert Matano turned to Mike Kibwage, Boniface Onyango, Eugene Asike, and Jimmy Mbugua for options.
Tusker will flex muscles with AFC Leopards on Saturday.