Over the years, Kenyan footballers have been on the move across different leagues of the world.The latest Kenyan footballer to secure a move abroad is Harambee Starlets and Trans Nzoia Falcons striker Violet Nanjala Wanyonyi who has joined Moroccan top tier league club Club Municipal de Laâyoune.
It all started in March when Nanjala travelled to the North African country for a one month trial with the club.She impressed the club's management who decided to offer her a deal.This was however delayed as the club had to first complete a pre-season tournament in August before handing her a contract.
Nanjala's new club was founded in 2000 and it is based in the city of Laâyoune.They are three times Moroccan champions after their successful run in the 2010, 2011 and 2012 seasons.They play their home matches at Moulay Rachid stadium which is a 5,000 capacity stadium.
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