Kenya is one of the countries that are blessed with talents in football. From the exploits of Victor Wanyama in the English premier league to the other foreign leagues in the world .Harambee stars players have been making airwaves all over the world. However, today I just got the good news for you. Before I start, tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news updates.
According to Jeff Kinyanjui ,Kenyan youngster Amari Otieno became the youngest Kenyan player to feature in the UEFA Champions league for Chelsea FC against Juventus yesterday night. Otieno became the first Kenyan player to feature for Chelsea.The 17year old star was promoted to the under 18 development side after proving his prowess. The Kenyan player for the entire match.
Despite losing against Juventus, Kenya will celebrate the young talent as he sets eyes on the premier league soon. Otieno is described as strong and talented. He is destined for greatness. We wish him all the best ahead.
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