Over the recent past years, Kenya national team Harambee Stars has been losing rich football talents to other countries especially European like Divork Origi and Philip Mwene to Belgium and Austria respectively.However, that is not the case for England based defender David Sesay who has received a call up to Sierra Leone national team as he joins another African country.
Here is another Kenyan playing for English premier League club that is currently playing on the championship side. David Sesay is an England born Kenyan defender who has passed through different clubs including Watford FC that has been participating on the English premier league competitions. David Sasey has played for Crawley town since the year 2018 until he left in the year 2021 and now is reported to be in Northampton FC, with the national team Harambee Stars, Sesay received his first and only call up to the team in March 2019 from Coach Sebastian Migne but his passport delayed something that resulted for the failure to join Harambee stars during their competitions.
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. Last week I wrote news about David Sesay. The footballer eligible to represent Kenya in international matches.
David Sesay was born by a Kenyan mother and his father is a Sierra Leone citizen. Initially kenya football federation had approached him to represent the country but due to paper works the deal could not materialize.During an interview with Mozart sports, the Barnet FC defender disclosed that he could chose between Kenya and Sierra Leone in the coming weeks.
Two weeks ago, English based defender who was born to a Kenyan mother and a Sierra Leone father decided to represent Sierra Leone in international matches overlooking Kenya. David Sesay now says that he is happy to play for Leone. The news comes at a time when Kenya is struggling to collect itself after a back to back defeat against Mali in the world cup qualifiers match.
Quite a good number of players from the national team Harambee stars have made it to greater levels. Here comes another Kenyan player playing in the English Championship league. David Sesay has played for various clubs in the England side and currently, he is playing for Northampton FC.
Kenyan footballers have been on the move since the commencement of the European summer transfer window in May.Over ten Kenyan footballers have already secured moves across Europe as others are still on the move.The most recent Kenyan footballer to move David Sesay who has joined Barnet FC from Crawley Town FC.
Clarke Oduor and David sesay are proving to be the future of the Kenya national team Harambee Stars. clarke Oduor Clarke plays for Championship side Barnsley. david Sesay David sesay plays for league one side Crawley city. Why are these young stars considered as the future of the Kenya national team? Here is why. David Sesay could be on his way to the premier league as Westbrom Albion renew their interest in the 21 year defender. David is comfortable playing at any position in the backline since he is good with
Harambee stars is currently preparing for the World Cup qualifiers opener against Uganda in Nyayo National Stadium on 2/9/2021.The team started it's camping yesterday under the watchful eye of veteran coach Jacob Ghost Mulee. However, as transfer window moves towards it's closure, many Kenyan players have been making big moves to the English clubs.
The England based talented defender David Sesay has indicated that he has desire to turn out for Harambee Stars at the international competitions. David Sesay had a chance to represent Harambee Stars during the African Cup of Nations, but it didn't work out for him. He was left out by the Harambee Stars coach. Sesay is born to a Kenyan mother and a Sierra Leonean father. He is legible to play for Kenya and Kenya under the soccer guidelines. The 21 year old has shown interest in playing for Stars. The Haramb