Kenya has been having good players who have shown their prowess in playing football and this has made some of them achieve international standards playing for big clubs in Europe. This has been a good feeling seeing our own players taking the Kenyan flag high in other countries and this has always been a sense of motivation to the upcoming Kenyan footballers.
Kenyans on social media have expressed their happiness after a Kenyan star has made a transfer move going to one of the biggest clubs in East Africa. Kenyan midfielder Kenneth Mugambi Muguna has finally joined Azam FC in Tanzania. He has thanked the management the Majestic Company for making this dream true.
Kenneth has appeared in many international matches for Kenya and his talent has been echoed by many as a hardworking and determined to excel person with a vision to reach higher ranks.
Kenyans on social media have congratulated him for the big move and wished him all the best in his endeavors.
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