The Football Kenya Federation has affirmed the issuance of International Transfer Certificates (ITC) for 19 Kenyan and non-Kenyan players taking off for greener pastures after a spell with Kenyan clubs.

Of the 19, nine head out as novices with ten recorded as professionals, Nakumatt FC’s top scorer Ismail Dunga is among the players moving abroad after securing a deal with Greek Second division side Acharnaikos FC.

Others on the list include Cliffton Miheso and Joseph Okumu who left AFC Leopards and Chemelil Sugar respectively to join Golden Arrows and Free State Stars in the South African top flight.

Khalid Aucho who moved from Gor Mahia for Baroka FC in South Africa is additionally cleared to join his new club after receiving his ITC from the federation

Former Tusker duo of Fred Nkata and Ronald Musana’s completed their moves to Lweza FC and KCC FC respectively in the Ugandan Premier League (UPL) after receiving their individual clearances from the federation same as Fwadi Ndayisenga, who was attached to Sofapaka has been cleared to join SC Villa of Uganda; Emmanuel Ibe formely with Mathare United, have joined URA together Sofapaka man Joseph Owino.

Various Ameuter players, including youngster Antoinne Recizac (Elite Soccer Academy) to Widnes FC in UK; John Otieno Owira (FC Talanta) joining Dalhem in Sweden, Jared Ochieng(Nyang’ela Youth FC)  joining FC Finnkurd of Finland; Joel Karori (unattached) joining Fiskerstrand of Norway; Mark Muoki (unattached) joining USA Association; Abdi Hamdi of Corinthians FC joining San Antonio; Daniel Onyango of Sony Sugar going to Seychelles; Edwin Misiko of Ushuru FC transferring to Seychelles and Stephen Litutu (unattached) going to France have likewise been cleared.