With just few days to the closure of this seasons summer transfer window, Kenyan footballers abroad have not been left out in the moves.Many Kenyan footballers have already secured moves to different clubs across different European leagues.The latest Kenyan to move is England based Henry Ochieng who has joined Hemel Hempstead Town FC.
Born and raised in England, Henry Ochieng is a Kenyan professional footballer who has had stints with various clubs especially in England such as West ham, Leyton Orient, Braintree Town, Welwyn Garden City, Wingate City and lastly Watford where he played for their under 23 side over the last season.
The 22 years old midfielder is set to debut for his club which plays in England's fifth tier league any time.With the national team Harambee Stars, Ochieng was called up once into the senior team back in 2018 for an Africa Cup Of Nations (AFCON) qualifier match against Sierra Leone but the match was cancelled due to disqualification of Sierra Leone from the qualifiers.The same year he debuted for the Kenya under 23 national team in a AFCON under 23 qualification fixture.
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