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Vincent Oburu has been tipped to fill the gap left by legendary Jese Were at Zesco United in Zambia. Were left a good legacy at Zesco United as the club's all time top scorer.The Kenyan left on a free transfer before joining Kansanshi Dynamos in the same Zambian super league. However, the side picked another unknown Kenyan Vincent Oburu to fill the gap left by Were.Fortunately,Oburu scored and assisted another goal on his debut and has quickly won the hearts of fans in Zambia.
Kenya could be heading in the right direction if the striking department is anything to consider. With the likes of Michael Olunga making headlines in Qatar,Henry Meja scoring goals in Sweden and now Oburu finding his feet in Zambia, it will be a good competition in the national team Harambee Stars. All eyes will be on the strikers to prove their worth in the national team. We wish them all the best ahead.
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