Ayub Timbe is a Kenyan professional footballer who has played for Harambee Stars in many matches. Timbe was in the squad that qualified for the African Cup of Nations in Cairo Egypt in 2019. He did tremendously good in that tournament as he gave defenders hard times due to his amazing dribbling skills.
He recently joined Japanese top tier side Bissell Kobe. Today he side travelled to face Shonan Bellamere in a mouth watering clash. Timbe was involved in the match. In most times he produced moments of brilliance in attacking. His side finished the match in a goalless draw.
Kenyans reacted differently concerning his performance in facebook pages. Here are some of the reactions.
In my view, Timbe is likely to succeed in this league given his experience in many leagues. Remember he has played in the Chinese Super League and in English Championship.
What is your view on Timbe's football exploits abroad? Feel free to drop your thoughts down here for more interactions with other readers kindly.
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