Former Gormahia striker Michael Olunga won the most valuable player in the Kenya premier league before securing a move to Djurgardens FC in Sweden. Olunga netted 21 goals that season before his European move came calling. At the moment, Eric Kapaito has already won two consecutive most valuable player accolades the country. Kapaito scored 15 goals in the previous season before netting 24 goals last season. He was rumoured to be on the radar of Greek giants Paok FC. However, the news collapsed.
The fact is that Kapaito has proved once and again that he is capable of performing consistently .The Kenyan international striker could be on the move if the right offer comes his way. Scoring 24goals a season in the Kenya premier league is something almost unbelievable .The goal poacher thanked his parents for raising him in a good manner. He is one of the most disciplined players in the league so far.
Well, at the moment he is not linked to any move, incase of any updates we shall let you know. Subscribe to receive my updates by tapping on the follow link on the top right corner.
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