Denis Oliech is a Kenyan forner professional footballer. He played for Harambee Stars in many matches. The former Sensational striker helped Harambee Stars to qualify for the African Cup of Nations back in 2004 in Tunis Tunisia.
Oliech also played abroad for many clubs. He played in French League 1 for Nantes. He helped his club to play in European elite champions league in 2010. He played against the likes of Real Madrid and many other top European clubs
Oliech has indicated that life after football hasn't been good. According to him he would like to be involved in football activities in the country like coaching or getting an active role in the football federation.
Kenyans have reacted differently concerning Oliech's sentiments. Here are some of the reactions sampled from Facebook Pages.
In my view soccer players should invest heavily when they are playing abroad enjoying huge salaries. What is your take on this? Share your thoughts down here for more interactions kindly.
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