Harambee star winger Ayub Timbe Masika is one of the best players kenya has ever produced. The winger moved to Belgium at a tender age to begin his footballing activities. Everything went on well, he even shared a football academy with the likes of Kevin Debryne in Belgium. However, every player has his own destiny. Timbe remained in Belgium while Kevin Debryne moved to Chelsea before moving to Germany. He would later join Manchester City.
Masika terminated his contract with Japanese topflight side Vissel Kobe after staying with the side for only four months. The Kenyan international could not clearly state the reasons behind his termination. However, he said that it was unavoidable. Family reasons were the main point in his statement. What is he doing after moving back to the country? The player has been working on his fitness behind closed doors as he aims to bounce back.
Timbe is only 28years of age and still has over four seasons to call it quits. Surprisingly, he has never posted a photo of a clip on his social media accounts. Many Kenyans have been wondering where the forward could be, he has decided to keep silent as he looks to surprise many fans. We wish him and his agent success as they look for a new club. We are aware that they are club hunting at the moment.
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