The ongoing January European transfer window seems to be a busy one for Kenyan footballers as some of them have been on moves.Days after Henry Meja's move to AIK, his Harambee Stars counterpart Frank Odhiambo recently joined him after completing a move to Swedish club Djurgarden IF.
Current updates which were passed through sports journalist Jeff Kinyanjui's Facebook page indicate that little Known Kenyan youngstar by the name Feiswal Bamkuu has joined a French third tier league (Championnat National) club called La Berrichonne de Châteauroux.Feiswal was born in Lamu county and grew up in the same county at Kizingitini.He jetted out of the country five days ago to join his new club.
Founded in 1916, La Berrichonne de Châteauroux is a professional football club based at Châteauroux in Roma, France.Managed by Mathieu Chabert, the club was relegated into the third tier in the 2020/21 season after finishing 20th in the second tier league (Ligue 2).They played in the top tier league (Ligue 1) for one season in 1997/98 and have two titles to their name which include a Ligue 2 title in 1996/97 and a Championnat National title in 2016/17.They are one time Coupe de France runners up in the 2003/04 season as well.
Currently at position six on the league table with 30 points from 18 matches, do you think Feiswal Bamkuu can help the team in their journey back into the Ligue 1? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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