Clarke Oduor a Kenyan international could be handed a lifeline as he is tipped to join two English Football League (EFL) sides Cardiff City and Birmingham City after struggling for game time at Barnsley. Clarke who is a 22-year-old has been handed a peripheral role at Barnsley after dropping down the pecking order with the club struggling at the wrong end of the table.
Here is an insight on the performance of Kenyan international players featuring for clubs abroad. Starting us off is Harambee Stars captain Michael Olunga who scored a brace for his Qatar club Al-Duhail in their 2-0 victory over Al Arabi. Two quick goals from forward Olunga in both halves were enough to grant Al-Duhail a well deserved win.
Being one of the top East African countries which has exported numerous footballers to other countries across the world, Kenya had some of it's foreign based footballers in action over the Christmas eve.In this article we are going to look at how this footballers performed with their respective clubs.
Clarke Oduor is a Kenyan professional footballer. At some point, he was involved in the Harambee Stars squad in a match against Comoros in the African Cup of Nations qualifiers. Oduor plays abroad for Barnsley in the English Championship. Yesterday evening his side travelled to face Preston North End in a heavily contested match.
Kenyan international defender Clarke Oduor could be on his way to either English Football League (EFL) side Cardiff City or Birmingham City after struggling for game time at Barnsley. The 22-year-old has been playing a key role at Barnsley but has currently been dropped from the starting lineup as his club continues to struggle and battle the relegation battle.
Over the last few months, Harambee Stars coaches have been embracing new and young talents into the national team.Some of this new inclusions in the national team include Richard Odada, Clarke Oduor and most recently Wilkims Ochieng.This trend is set to progress for quite a long period of time as in Europe there is a lot of upcoming Kenyan footballers playing their trade with some of the best academies there.Below are these teenagers:
Clarke Oduor is a Kenyan professional footballer. He was involved in Harambee Stars' matches in the African Cup of Nations qualifiers a few months ago. Oduor plays abroad in English Championship club Barnsley. The sensational youngster has been instrumental for his team in recent years. Today Barnsley travelled to Madejski Stadium to play against Reading that is managed by Vorm Paunovic.
Over the past weekend, a number of Kenyan footballers were in action especially in Europe with their respective clubs.In this article we are going to look at how this footballers performed and the progression of their clubs in their respective leagues. In England, Clarke Oduor was in action as his club Barnsley settled for a 2-1 loss to Preston on Saturday evening.Oduor played the first half of the match as a right winger.The loss leaves Barnsley in the relegation zone of the England second tier league (Championship) at position 23 on the league table with 13 points after 22 matches.
Harambee stars defender clocks full 90 minutes in the English side and could be in the national team
Harambee Stars defender Clarke Oduor has been doing wonders in the English Championship side. He was named the vice captain for Barnsley FC after his stellar performance coupled with discipline and determination. Clarke Oduor plays as a left back for the side and despite picking a draw and a clean sheet, he was one of the outstanding performers against Blackburn Rovers.
Good evening and welcome to my daily sports updates. Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news updates. Welcome. Harambee stars midfielder Amos Nondi clocked full minutes as his side Dira Gori won 4.0 against Dynamo Tibilis in the Georgian topflight league.
Kenya has produced prolific football players who have adapted to their environments abroad for the likes of Victor Wanyama and Harambee stars captain Michael Olunga. English Championship side, Barnsley failed to secure their place in the Premier League last season. They were eliminated in the playoffs. The team has now built a strong squad that could lead to their promotion this season, one Kenyan player being integrated back to the squad.
According to the sources the Harambee Star coach Ghost Mulee has finally revealed the names new of players in Harambee stars who will be playing. Meanwhile, according to the sources the football federation recently released the schedule and fixtures for the world cup qualification matches. According to the president of football Kenya federation Harambee stars have already commenced their campaigns against Uganda as their first match will be on 2nd September at the moi international sports center Kasarani.
Clarke Oduor is a Kenyan professional footballer. He plays abroad in English Championship for Barnsley. His club last season finished in the top four and played in the playoffs. This season all is not well as they continue to register losses in almost every match. Today Barnsley hosted Sheffield United at Oakwell Stadium matchday 14.
Kenya being one of the football giants in East Africa, it has quite a number of footballers playing their trade outside the country to Europe and beyond.Over this weekend, a number of this footballers were in action and below is a summary of their performances with their respective clubs:
Good evening and welcome to my daily sports updates. Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news updates. Welcome. Harambee stars defender Clarke Oduor clocked 80 minutes for his English Championship side Barnsley FC. The Kenyan international defender provided an assist as his side suffered a defeat in the hands of Nottingham Forest.
Over the weekend, quite a number of Kenyan footballers based abroad were in action and most of them recorded wins with their respective clubs.Below is a summary of their performances: Stars captain Victor Wanyama featured in the entire match as his club CF Montreal secured a 3-1 win over Toronto on Saturday morning.This win ensured CF Montreal of a 10th position on the MLS table with 31points after 22 matches.
Harambee stars players have been performing well for their respective clubs abroad so far. Most of the players ply their trade with top European leagues which is a positive for the country at large.Some of the players who performed well include Clarke Oduor and Richard Odada. Oduor played for his English side Barnsley FC against Birmingham city yesterday in a heavily contested affair.
Good morning and welcome to my daily sports updates. Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news updates. Welcome. Kenyan international Jonah Ayunga was introduced in the second half as his English Championship side Morecambe FC succumbed to another loss against Burton FC.
When it comes to football, Kenya is one of the top East African countries which has exported a lot of talent to the outside world.Some of this players play in Europe, America, Asia and Africa as well.On Saturday, a few Kenyan footballers abroad were in action and below is a summary of how they faired with their clubs.
Fresh from the international break where they faced Uganda and Rwanda in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers, some of the Harambee Stars players based abroad were in action over the weekend and they registered a stellar performance as 3 goals were witnessed.Below is a summary of their performances: Stars new captain opened his 2021/22 season with a brace against Al-Khor in a Qatar Premier League match played on Sunday.