Currently, Harambee stars squad is in camp ahead of the World Cup double header qualifiers match against Mali. The Kenyan side will be heading to Morroco on 4th for camping. However, another Kenyan striker who featured in the Africa cup of nations in Egypt has secured a deal at Misri Lel Makasa SC.
John Avire has joined the Egyptian side in a two years contract deal. The former Sofapaka FC striker has been with another Egyptian second tier side fc Tanta. Avire joins Masoud Juma in the north with the striker plying his trade with Moroccan side Hassan Al Jedida. John Avire has at one time rated as one of the upcoming young strikers especially after his exploits in the school games.
Elsewhere, kenyan defender, Joseph Okumu clocked 90 minutes in the UEFA Europa conference league featuring in the left side of the back three. According to sports journalist Jeff Kinyanjui, Harambee stars coach Engin Firat favours a back three and Okumu could be a perfect recruitment for the 56year old Turkish international. We wish John Avire all the best.
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