Harambee stars strikers Jesse Were and John Makwata have ended their league in Zambia after featuring for the Zambian giants Zesco united. The Kenyan duo have decided to keep themselves fit ahead of the new season by participating in the ongoing Denis Oliech cup for Kibra Wazee. The Kenyan Internationals have surprised many fans despite being international player on contract.
Jesse Were made history by reaching 100 goal milestone for his Zambian outfits this season, and he is the first player to have attained that fit for the club. Meanwhile Makwata terminated his contract mutually after finding game time hard to come. Both players have been phenomenal for Kenya during international matches.It has been hard for national team coaches to include the duo in the national team in recent times due to the inform Michael Olunga.
Denis Oliech cup is aimed at keeping young Kenyans busy as they try to help them avoid drug abuse and other bad vices. It is a good step taken by Were and Mark as it will help the young players realize the importance of hard work.
We wish the players all the best.
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