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Joy For Harambee Stars as Lavington based football academy partners with Tottenham for talent search

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Former Gor Mahia coach Mark Harrison will return to the country after landing a director job at Emerging stars football academy based in Lavington Nairobi. The former immediate Gor Mahia tactician who was sacked some months ago was delighted to return to the country on a different football role.The aim of the academy is to nurture young talents who could be taken overseas for trials.

It is a big news for our national team Harambee Stars as the academy has now partnered with London based giants Tottenham Hotspurs. Tottenham Hotspurs know the talents in the country especially after Victor Wanyama's three year exploits with the side.The club will be looking at pure talents in the academy who will be given a chance to play in their London academy. Kenyan young talents have a huge chance in their hands to move abroad if their talent is good enough.

With Mark Harrison in the director role,it only sounds good for the country since he knows our culture as well as the type of players in the country. He got experience while coaching Gor Mahia. According to the reports, the aim of the academy is to try and chanel young talents to the English Premier league side as a way of promoting talents in the country. Harambee Stars could benefit from such moves bearing in mind that Olunga is among those players who grew up from Liberty Academy.

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