Harambee Stars players have left the country to return back to their respective clubs as they prepare for the season. Some of the big names that have already started training with their clubs include Eugine Asike who left the country with Tusker fc for Djibouti, Kenneth Muguna who arrived in Tanzania yesterday and Patila Omotto who was seen training with his teammates as Kariobangi Sharks.
One big name that has already settled in his team is Kenneth Muguna. The midfield maestro produced a backheeled pass to his teammate in training, something that left his Azam FC fans singing his name. The Kenyan international midfielder will be looking forward to his debut season in Tanzania.
He was impressive for Gormahia before moving to Azam. Muguna will be expected to add some quality in Azam FC midfield as well as providing a match needed creativity. At Azam he is believed to be earning six hundred thousand Kenyan shillings.
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