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Struggling Nairobi City Stars have added two more faces to their squad as they aim for a better performance in the second half of the season.

The Paul Nkata-led side have now signed three as the June transfer deadline nears its end. They include unattached Yusuf Sap and Kalos Odhiambo. The youngsters will join Oscar Kadenge  who was signed from AFC Leopards and Paul Karuri  who joined from Mathare United.

City Stars are laboring to keep themselves afloat in the Kenya Premier League. They lost 2-1 to Muhoroni Youth in their first match of the second leg, a defeat that left them second from bottom with 12 points from 16 games.

The Nairobi-based outfit are highly tipped to sign their former marksman Danny Sserunkuma who is a free agent.

Meanwhile, Coast-based Bandari FC are the only club who are yet to add a new face to their squad. Bandari have been surprisingly silent as other clubs dig dip into their pockets in their bid to strengthen their squads for the second half of the season. Only AFC Leopards midfielder Musa Mudde is rumoured to be training with the team and might be snapped up before the window closes on Tuesday June 30th midnight.

Twahir Muhiddin’s side have lost Mohammed Mwachiponi to Chemelil FC who forked out Sh50,000 for his signature while John Ndirangu, who was on loan at the club from Nakuru All Stars has returned to his parent club.Muhiddin said they club are still looking for areas to improve and will make a move before the window closes.

Despite the lack of business on their end, Bandari grabbed a 1-0 win over KCB as the second half of the season began. The win took the Dockers to 8th on the log with 23 points. They next face Ushuru at Mbaraki on Wednesday July 8th.

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