Kenya has football talents. Many players are playing outside the country and extremely doing well. Recently when Harambee Stars lost six goals to nil against Mali on aggregate, the Football Kenya Federation boss Nick Mwendwa alleged that there are no talents in our country. I tend to differ sharply from these sentiments.
He started his career here in Kenya Premier League whereby he played for Kariobangi Sharks and scored 24 goals in a single season and many other clubs. Juma is currently playing in Morocco for Hassania El Jadidi in Botola league. He has been netting goals freely for his club.
For the few matches he was involved for Harambee Stars against Comoros he scored goals. This is an indication that our coaches should use these kinds of players well. Why is it that they are performing well in their respective clubs?
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