Over the January transfer window, a number of Kenyan footballers secured moves across different top football leagues of the world.One of these footballers is Anthony Teddy Akumu who joined Japanese J1 League outfits Sagan Tosu from South African giants Kaizer Chiefs.Akumu recently marked his much awaited Sagan Tosu debut on Wednesday 8th match as his new club settled for a goal less draw with Consadole Sapporo.
Akumu played in the first 57 minute after which he was substituted off for So Kawahara.Sagan Tosu had to play the injury time with 10 players after Toshio Shimakwa's red card at the 90+1 minute mark.The draw left Akumu's Sagan Tosu at the 10th position on the J1 League table with 4 points from 3 matches.
With their next Sagan Tosu outing been on Sunday 12th March 2023 against Ccrezo Osaka, do you think that Akumu will bag in more minutes in the match? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share, like and click on the follow button at the top right corner for more news and updates.
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