Kenya national team Harambee Stars will hit camp on Monday ahead of the World Cup qualifiers opener against Uganda in Kasarani early next month. The team will be looking to qualify for their first ever World Cup. Under the tutelage of Jacob Ghost Mulee, we have witnessed many Kenyan players making big moves in this transfer window. The country seems to be on the right track as far as talent search is concerned.
Another big move for the Kenyan youngster to the English club has been announced. The young defender is said to be a product of Bristol City academy. Vincent Harper was released by Bristol City after his contract expired. However, he has found another club called Chippenham Town fc. Vincent has joined the side on a permanent deal.The towering defender will be looking to redscover his form as he looks to impress his new manager. We wish him all the best as he works hard towards achieving his dreams. The contract details have not been disclosed so far. For more news updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner
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