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Harambee stars first choice goalkeeper Ian Otieno has applauded his fellow countryman Jese Were for his performance against his former club Zesco United. Were scored two goals to help Kanshashi Dynamos win 2.0 against Zesco United. Zesco United is a home for Ian Otieno and,the shot stopper has applauded him for his heroics. Otieno claims that Were who left the side on a free transfer was in to prove a point. According to the results, Were was able to shatter any noise from his former supporters.
The 34year old seems to be growing better in from of goal despite the age.He will be at Dynamos until the end of the season and if his form continues, he will still earn himself a short contract in the same league. How do you take otieno's sentiments about Were?Feel free to subscribe to my daily sports updates by tapping on the follow link on the top right corner.
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