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Harambee Stars striker Jonah Ayunga featured for Brighton and Hoves Albion under 23 side before breaking into the first team.The 26 year old recalled how breaking his leg forced him out of the game for over a year.Ayunga claims that Brighton and Hoves Albion had been promoted to the Premier league and he broke his leg during the training. The Kenyan had to endure bad moments in hospital.He had to he sold to Morecambe FC where he played until last season. Ayunga could become the first Kenyan striker to feature in the English Premier league, However, he is adamant that he can reach his level once again.
The striker is now at Scotland Premier league after signing a three years contract with St Mirren this transfer window. Ayunga has so far scored for the side with an assist in preseason and will be hoping to regain his top level as he has no regrets at all.Speaking to Mozzart sports Kenya, the striker believes he could make it despite breaking his leg.For him,it was the worst moment as it came at a time when he was hoping for his debut in the English Premier league. All is not gone for Ayunga as he is in a top European club.We wish him all the best ahead of the new season.
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