Kenyan golden boy Brian Omosa is ready to take his club Belton City to the finals of UPSL league division 1 in the USA.
The 20-year old Kenyan international striker is currently playing for Belton City in the USA. Omosa is among the reliable players for the club. He joined Belton City in 2019 and he has assisted the club to rise to the top of their Division 1 league. Brian Omosa is the leading all time scorer with 18 goals.
Omosa's individual brilliance and discipline has enabled him to be the club's captain. He is a determined player who want Belton City to win many titles.
It will be a boost for Harambee Star to have such a brilliant young striker in the squad. Brian Omosa's partnership with Michael Olunga might enable Harambee Stars to achieve more. The two strikers will always ensure Harambee Stars get many goals as possible.
Congratulation to Brian Omosa for wonderful performance at Belton City. The fans are hopefully that he will soon join Harambee Stars.
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