For quite some time now, the Belgium football leagues have been a major destination for Kenyan footballers.Some of the Kenyan footballers who have had stints with Belgium clubs include Victor Wanyama, Joseph Okumu, Ayub Timbe, Johanna Omolo, Erick Johanna and Abud Omar who had their time at Beerschot, KAA Gent, Genk, Cercle Brugge, Waasland Beveren and Cercle Brugge respectively.Latest updates indicate that another Kenyan footballer is on the verge of joining Belgium giants KAA Gent.
Harambee Star's already jetted in Morocco for their third group match against log leaders Mali. The team bagged two points from two draws and they'll be hoping to put on an outstanding performance against a nation that would be playing this match away from their home turf, a relatively condusive environment for Kenya.
Kenyan footballers abroad have recently been on the move across different teams.So far, some of the kenyan players who have secured moves include Johanna Omollo, Philip Mwene, Jonah Ayunga,Abud Omar among many others. As we celebrate these notable moves current reports indicate that Harambee Stars speedy winger Ayub Masika Timbe has parted ways with his Japanese J1 league club Vissel Kobe.Timbe through his facebook page indicated that the reason behind the choice is family reasons and lack of enough playing time.
Engin Firat harambee stars coach has officially announced his squad that will be traveling today, to play against Mali in world cup qualifier on date 7 at Morocco and date 10 in Kenya . Gool keepers Ian otieno , Brian Bwire , Faruk Shikhalo Defenders Joseph okumu ,Joash onyango , David owino odhiambo , Johnston omurwa , Eugine Asike ,Daniel sakari , David owino ,Abud Omar , Eric Ouma and Bolton Omwenga .
Harambee Stars met Mali in their third game of the World Cup qualifiers. This was the toughest match for the Kenyan side. The new coach saw a nightmare in his opening game. He named a squad with experienced players but did not put them well in their preferred positions.
Harambee Stars head coach Engin Firat has named a 27-man squad - 16 foreign players - for the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers matches against Uganda and Rwanda which are considered dead-rubber since the results will not allow Kenya to qualify. A number of players have made their return to the squad as some have been granted their debuts.
The former Admiral, Bandari and Tusker defender Abud Omar has joined Greek second-tier side Ionikos FC after agreeing a nine-month contract. Player has been unattached from 2019 when he left Romanian club Selsi SG . The Player has been training with Belgium club for around one year now. The 28 year-old has been working hard on training to see that he plays again . The club has confirmed that on it's official website "It is with great pleasure that we announce the start of our cooperation with Aboud Omar.This