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Kenyan born striker Divock Origi was yesterday given a guard of honour at Anfield after the last match with the Reds yesterday. The striker and his father Mike Okoth invited FKF seat aspirant, Twaha Mbarak at Anfield during the celebrations. According to Goal,Twaha disclosed what transpired between him an the Belgium International striker. Twaha gave insights on why Divock Origi chose to move to AC Milan.
The Kenyan claimed that Origi was desperate for playing time,something that Liverpool FC did to guarantee him.Origi wanted to play football, he wanted to feature in Qatar world cup with Belgium, AC Milan has promised to give him enough playing time and the Kenyan born star can not wait to join them.According to Twaha,AC Milan is a huge club and has just won the scudetto. They will be in the champions league next season, something that Origi is eager to have,
At Liverpool FC, the striker is regarded as a legend especially after the 2019 UEFA champions league exploits against Barcelona where he scored twice to help Liverpool FC reach the final against Tottenham Hotspurs. Do you think Mike Okoth and Divock Origi could influence Twaha's FKF ambitions?Feel free to air out your views on the comments section below.For more news 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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