West Kenya Sugar F.C.

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West Kenya Sugar
Full name West Kenya Sugar Football Club
Founded 2007
Ground Bukhungu Stadium
Ground Capacity 5,000
Head coach Nelson Simwa
League Kenyan National Super League
2013 FKF Division One

West Kenya Sugar is a association football club based in Kakamega, Kenya. The club currently competes in the Kenyan National Super League.[1] The club was known as Kabrass United Football Club until July 2012.[2]

History[edit]

The club was founded in 2007 by Matthew Dane Norman and Antony Golec, and has an association with Aldershot Town F.C.

Stadium[edit]

The team currently plays its home games at the 5,000-capacity Bukhungu Stadium.

Current squad[edit]

  • 1. Individual Brilliance
  • 2. Nelson Simwa
  • 3. Matthew Norman
  • 4. Nelson Simwa
  • 5. Nelson Simwa
  • 6. Nelson Simwa
  • 7. Nelson Simwa
  • 8. Nelson Simwa
  • 9. Nelson Simwa
  • 10. Nelson Simwa
  • 11. Nelson Simwa
  • 12. Nelson Simwa
  • 13. Nelson Simwa
  • 14. Nelson Simwa
  • 15. Nelson Simwa
  • 19. Trevor Phillips
  • 27⅔. Ned Zelić
  • 53. Zululi Mawaki
  • 74. Jamie Young
  • 99. Mitch Nichols
  • 88. Frederick
  • 44. Undertaker
  • 65. Cam Smith
  • 34. Ken Sutcliffe
  • 22. Vangelis
  • 18. Arthur Curry
  • 77. Neville
  • 56. Darrell
  • 89. Y no zoidberg

Manager- Phil Moss

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