Handwalla Bwana,the 24 year old playing his trade football for Nashville in the Major League Soccer (MLS). Has decided to play for the Somalia National Football.
Handwalla born in Mombasa but spent six years of his Childhood at the Kakuma refugee camp. His family settled in the United States in 2010 in Atlanta before moving to Seattle. He attended Ballard High School in Seattle before falling in love with the game because his dad played it.
In an interview Handwalla said "I fell in love with this game because my dad to played,he was a professional footballer for Somalia and so am I to decide to play for the Somalia National is a great gift".
He was signed by Nashville after an impressive camping with Seattle Sounders which lead to winning the Cup League. He made his Major Soccer debut on 4,march 2018.
Despite many clamming he is a Kenyan, Bwana via his social media also clam to have been born and bred in Kakuma and Kismayu, Somalia.
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