By Gilbert Wandera
The Kenyan Premier League transfer window closed on Saturday night with a record 80 players moving clubs during the one month period.
Struggling Rangers and bottom of the table Oserian were the busiest in the transfer market signing a record 31 players between themselves even as they let go of some key players.
Rangers have signed 15 players while the Naivasha side have got the signatures of 16.
Rangers has particularly given some players who were thought to have retired a new lease of life as they make a come-back to the top league.
The two players were part of Gor’s technical bench before the same was disbanded early this year for poor performance.
Cameroonian Baldwin Ngwa has also joined Rangers from Gor together with former team mate Tony Onyango.
Apart from the four veteran players, the rest of the signings for Rangers are players from either the Division One or provincial sides and some of them include Tyrone Owino (Kakakuona), Edwin Ombesa (KRA), Kataka Omusula (Dandora United) and Eric Muranda (Donholm).
The just ended transfer window has also seen some players return to their former clubs.
Former Thika United midfielder Hadji Mwachoki who has returned to the Thika side after struggling at Chemelil Sugar.