One month after moving from FC Leopards to Bisha FC in the United Arab Emirates, Elvis Rupia has been forgotten by many football fanatics. The Kenyan international striker who is well known by his fans as "Machapo " has been establishing himself in the foreign league very well. Rupia has been amazing full 90 minutes for his side and has been considered as the main striker.
His recent appearance was against Al-Jabalain, Despite losing by two goals ,the Kenyan star will surely become a success in the club given that he has already won the hearts of his fans as well as the tactician. Rupia netted 17 goals before moving away from leopards, if he continues to score goals, he will earn himself a long term contract abroad. Elsewhere, Harambee stars coach Engin Firat has today accepted all the blames for getting it wrong against Mali. Kenya was heavily defeated by the North African giants, all eyes will be on them to make amendments in the return leg on Sunday in Nairobi. We wish Rupia and the national team all the best ahead of the Mali clash.
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