Experienced forward EnocK Agwanda will not feature for Mozzart Bet Cup champions Kakamega Homeboyz after the club granted his request to leave the club.
Agwanda joined Homeboyz in February on a short-term deal from KCB and played a role in helping the club land its first major title following the triumph in the Cup.
Homeboyz, beat Tusker 1-0 in the final staged at the Kasarani Stadium on July 1 to end the prolonged search for first title since inception.
Agwanda’s move to Homeboyz saw him reunite with coach Patrick Odhiambo whom he worked under at Sony Sugar, an outfit he skippered in his final season.
The former Kenyan international was involved in Homeboyz’ debut in the CAF Confederation Cup where Abana Abeingo lost 3-1 on aggregate to Libya’s Al Hilal Benghazi in the preliminary round.
According to Homeboyz team manager Boniface Imbenzi, Agwanda requested to leave the club despite having months remaining in his deal.
“I can confirm that he left on mutual consent. He asked to be released and the club obliged. We wish him luck in his next destination,” he told Mozzart Sport.
With the transfer window set to close on Friday, it will be interesting to see which club will win Agwanda’s signature.
Clubs will also have the last go to the player market with Homeboyz likely to add or release players before the window is shut according to Imbenzi.
“We can not say we have concluded our transfer business until the window is closed. Let’s see what happens in the remaining hours,” he said without providing much details.
Homeboyz have signed a number of players including foreigners from the time the window opened.
The club brought in the Ugandan trio of Frank Musisi, Davies Kasirye and James Ssetuba.
Tanzanian forward Oscar Paul and Ghanaian Stephen Opoku also joined the club in the window.