Football is the most loved game in the world with almost fans everywhere in the world. Most football leagues are now in the long break before they resume come August.
In this period, most football clubs strengthen their squad by either releasing some players who are of less important to the team or they sign new players.
Today we have received news that a top kenyan Midfielder has been dropped by his club after he came out of contract. According to the source, Teddy Okumu who plays in south Africa premier league side Kaiser Chiefs has been released by the club.
Akumu who was born on October, 1992, in Rachuonyo district, Siaya county joined Kaiser Chiefs in the year 2019 from Gor Maia. In the last season of 2021-2022 he only played 9 games scoring zero goals after playing for 319 minutes.
He played for Harambee Stars in AFCON 2019 and 2022 world cup qualifiers.
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