Kenyans might have one of their own to watch in the UEFA champions League next season
By OluochA | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 0 views
Kenya being a country that is mostly identified with talents in athletics such as long races and winning a number of medals in international competitions , however, the nation also tries to excel in the football activities. It has come to attention of Kenyans that they may have somebody to spectate in the UEFA champions League should Joseph Akumu completes a move to Rangers club.
The Harambee stars defender is currently in talks with Rangers club which coached by the famous Premier League Legend Steven Gerrard whose club is now in a good position to qualify for the champions League next season.
Akumu who now plays in club in the middle East is now under communication with rangers side and should this deal get sealed then Kenyans will be advantaged to have one of their own feature in the UEFA champions League .
He may join the growing list of Kenyan footballers who have played abroad and took part in FIFA's most ranked Europe competitions, such as the likes of Mariga, Origi and Wanyama.
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