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Meet Young Star Erick Mulu who played in Spain last season hopeful to revive Wazito's plight.


Erick Mulu earned his debut for Wazito FC yesterday, albeit with a disappointing loss of 3-1 against Nairobi City Stars, but has chosen to draw lessons from the loss.


Mulu agreed with his former team CD ALMUNUNAER CITY in Spain that the club would not receive any fee if he left the club at the end of his contract, which is known in sports as the Bosman Rule.He has previously played locally with Ligi Ndogo and Kangemi all stars.



He stated that the loss was a lesson to him, despite only playing a few minutes until the end of the match when Eli Asieche was substituted in the 90th minute as Wazito hoped to resurrect themselves in the tie, and that he took the loss as a learning experience. He also noted that as a team they made mistakes and, moving forward, they will correct them. He also noted that playing under his new coach, Francis Kimanzi, has been amazing considering all the friendlies and training he has undergone, but all he still has to do is adapt to the tactician's style of play. 


The Young Star finally said, despite the match being a debut for himself, he has not considered it a one yet since he only played five minutes of the match and so he is looking forward to more playing time in the coming games.



Wazito FC lost the match 3-1 after a flurry of goals from Rodgers Okumu, Timothy Ouma, and Kennedy Onyango, coupled with a consolation goal from Amos Asembeka for Wazito FC, but the match finally ended 3-1 in favour of the hosts, Nairobi City Stars.

Wazito is currently 15th in the league standings with one point after three matches, while Nairobi City Stars are 5th with 6 points after three games, one point away from Ulinzi Stars, who are currently on top of the league table with seven points.

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