Harambee stars duo of Musa Mohamed and Dancan Otieno could be on their way back to the country after having stints with Zambian outfits Power Dynamos. The news was shared on facebook account by a sports writer Jeff Kinyanjui who claims the Lusaka based club has run out of cash. The duo could be forced to terminate their contracts due to poor payments that have made life difficult for them.
Musa Mohamed featured for the national team Harambee Stars in the Africa cup of nations in Egypt and has had stints in Europe with Albanian side FK Tirana. Duncan Otieno on the other hand featured for Kenya in the cecafa senior Challenge Cup in Nairobi and was turning up for FC Leopards before moving to the south. The talented holding midfielder is among the best in the country, however, his position has the likes of Victor Wanyama, Teddy Akumu and Kenneth Muguna. The competition has kept him out of the national team for a while now.
If the two players terminates their contracts, home based clubs could rush for their signatures.Musa Mohamed was the captain of Gormahia and won the league with them while Duncan was the best player at Ingwe. All eyes are set on the two players' decisions in the coming days. We wish the players success as they hope to get clubs as soon as possible.
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