Olunga Might Play in The English Premier League If He Continues With His Scoring Form
By @Pmejja | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 0 views
Michael Olunga is a Kenyan soccer player. He has done exemplarily well for the national team Harambee Stars. Olunga helped Harambee Stars to qualify for African Cup of Nations in Cairo Egypt in 2019.
Michael Olunga plays abroad in the Qatar League for Al-Duhail SC. Before Olunga joined them he was playing in the Japanese League for Kashiwa Reysol. In just a season in Japan Olunga proved to be unstoppable as he emerged as a top scorer last year with 29 goals in just 34 matches. Olunga won the Golden Boot and Most Valuable Player awards.
In Qatar, Michael Olunga has been involved in six matches for Al-Duhail SC and already he has scored four goals. What does this mean? Michael Olunga can fit in any league. In my view, he might get signed by any team in the English Premier League. He has pace, physicality and dribbling skills.
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