Many may not be aware about them but as Kenyans, we have some of the top talented footballers with Kenyan roots, rocking the different European leagues. Although some of this players do not represent us with our Harambee Stars national team, that should not be the case for us not to celebrate them. Divock Origi of Liverpool and Philip Mwene of Mainz 05, may be the perfect example of such players but in this article I am going to introduce you to Magnus Breitnmoser.
Magnus Breitnmoser 22, is a Kenyan attacking midfielder who plays for Thun, in the Swiss Football league. Magnus is a son to a Swiss father and a Kenyan mum, Hannah Ndungu.
Magnus is described as a modern day midfielder, his body physique and natural pace makes him a player you will enjoy watching. Apart from playing as an attacking midfielder his powerful Left foot shot makes him some times to be played as a striker. Magnus looks set to play for Swirtezland although he is yet to receive a national team call up, this makes him eligible to also play for Harambee Stars, plus he once admitted he looks up to Wanyama.
Harambee Stars may not be there yet but we should hope with time we would rise to greater heights and be able to attract some of these plays to come play for us.
As Kenyans let as support Kenyan footballers to make us have a positive perseption in the world football scene.
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