Harambee stars and Gormahia fc midfield maestro Kenneth Muguna has once again won an accolade for being the best player in the betking cup. The former Gormahia captain had been outstanding this season again after helping Kogalo win the cup against arch rivals fc leopards. Muguna took his penalty with great composure and his accolade was a true picture of what he has been doing for Gormahia.
His outstanding form has drawn interests from various top clubs both in Europe and Africa.Some of the teams that have been following him include Tanzanian sides Simba and Yanga, South African side Mamelodi Soundowns and Congolese club Motema Pemba.
At 25years of age, Muguna could be ripe for a new challenge abroad especially after having stints with Albanian side FK Tirana. The tall player is among the best midfielders in Kenya at the moment and his move abroad will surely be an advantage for Kenya.Gormahia could earn millions from his transfer if the deal is reached between Gormahia and his suitors.
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