Harambee stars winger Paul Were joined Greek side as a free agent a few weeks ago. The speedy winger did not take long to settle down as he netted his first goal in a friendly match on his debut. According to Mozzart sports kenya, Were scored on his debut before providing an assist on his second match for the side.
The 27year old attacker says that he is happy the club and it's management for appreciating his attacking talents. Were is the third kenyan player to feature in the Greek clubs after Aboud Omar and Collins Shichenje who moved to Paok FC from FC Leopards. Were could become the best player for Diagoras fc.
On his day, the forward can easily terrorize defences with his skill and trickery. Despite the fact that Were is not in the national team, he could be one of the best options if Ayub Timbe Masika can not get a club as soon as possible. Were scores and provides assists. For more news updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner
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