Former Gor-Mahia and Harambee Stars midfielder Kenneth Muguna has left Tanzanian Side Azam on mutual consent.

In a profound statement, Muguna expressed his gratitude for his time at the club stating that it had been a great experience during his two-year tenure with the club.

“It’s been an amazing two years at Azam but the time has come for me to seek a new challenge. We sat down with them team and decided to end the association on mutual consent,” Muguna said.

Muguna Left Kogalo and joined Azam on a two-year deal in June 2021 and signed a one-year extension in January.

At Gor he played a crucial role in the team, scoring five and providing 13 assists.

With that performance he was named the Best Player in the FKF Cup, further solidifying his reputation as a standout player and was awarded the prestigious Most Valuable Player (MVP) title in 2016.

Muguna received recognition as the Midfielder of the Year, along with being a runner-up for the New Player of the Year award.

He was gifted a remarkable Ksh 1.6 million, the highest prize ever won by a Kenyan footballer in the league.

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