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Harambee Stars midfielder Richard Odada returned to his parent club Redstar Belgrade after ending his loan spell with Metalac FC. The Kenyan 23 year old was hoping to get a nod at Redstar Belgrade after being impressive for Metalac FC where he even received his first call up to the national team Harambee Stars, however, the Serbian side have once again loaned him to Graficar FC,a club he once featured for after being promoted to the senior team. The talented Kenyan midfielder has been loand to the side for six months in order to continue developing.
Odada was hailed by Jacob Ghost Mulee as one of the best midfielders he has ever handled in the national team Harambee Stars. His body feigns has seen defenders struggle to mark him.The former FC Leopards man will be hoping to impress his employers as he looks to earn a place in the Redstar Belgrade who plays European football.
Another Kenyan midfielder Wilkins Ochieng has been training with Jong AZ in Netherlands after ending his stay with Belgium side Club Brugge. The Kenyan will be hoping to join the side on a permanent deal after the end of his trials.Wilkins received his national team call up from Turkish tactician Engin Firat during the World Cup qualifiers. However, he did not make the final squad due to competition from experienced players. For more transfer updates,tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news.
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