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.Welcome. Former Harambee Stars striker Mike Okoth who doubles as the father to Liverpool FC striker Divock Origi has backed sports minister Amina Mohamed on her stance about FIFA's regulations.
Since 1992 when Mike Okoth signed with Omani club Al Boshar to become the first Kenyan footballer to play professional football abroad, lots of kenyan footballers have been securing notable moves across different leagues of the world.Some of this footballers include McDonald Mariga, Dennis Oliech and Victor Wanyama who played for Inter Milan, Auxerre and Tottenham Hotspurs at some point of their football careers becoming the only Kenyan footballers to have played in the UEFA Champions League.
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.Welcome. Mike Okoth is a retired Kenyan striker who last featured for the national team Harambee Stars in Tunis Tunisia in the African cup of nations 2004.Okoth decided to stay in Belgium and his son Divock Origi chose to play for Belgium national team.Origi now 26years of age was only 6years when his father was playing for Harambee Stars.
Liverpool and Kenyan born striker invites FKF aspiring officer to Anfield amid his AC Milan transfer
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.Welcome. Kenyan born striker Divock Origi was yesterday given a guard of honour at Anfield after the last match with the Reds yesterday.
A photo of Liverpool star Divock Origi with his paternal uncles in Kisumu has erupted the internet. The English Premier League champion was spotted, in a photo that was taken sometimes back, posing with his uncles in their rural home. Origi is Belgian despite being borne of two Kenyan parents. His father, Mike Okoth, is a former Kenyan top international who banged goals during his times at the Harambee stars. Divock is however turning up for Belgium, where he was born, despite having Kenyan roots. The young
Divock Origi is a professional football star playing in Europe for English giants Liverpool. He is one of the important players in Jurgen Klopp's squad. He is among the highly-rated forwards in Europe. Divock Origi is also known to be a Kenyan. This is because his father Michael Okoth Origi is a Kenyan who played in Kenya almost his entire career before relocating to Belgium. His father popularly known as Mike Okoth is a Harambee stars legend who won titles with the Kenyan national team. A photo of Divock Origi
Good evening and welcome to my daily sports updates tap on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more updates. Former Harambee stars striker Mike Okoth opened up about his son Divock Origi's transfer speculations after the Carabao cup final.Mike who featured for Harambee stars in Tunisia 2004 afcon stated that he was aware that his son was under transfer speculations since he wants first team football.The 26year old striker has found it hard to break into Liverpool FC first eleven despite impressing in every occasion he has been given a chance.With the likes of Salah,Mane and Jota in their top form,The Belgium international could be deemed surplus to requirements.
In the game of football, it is always the dream of every player to leave a legacy which he/she will always be named with.In this article we are going to look some of the Kenyan footballers who achieved a milestone at some point in time of their career.The list is as follows:
Being the first player to play in Europe from you country is something great that you would never imagine would happen it was you.Now imagine from just a rural place in Kenya to the World where you play in Europe against established teams in thr world.
ToHenry Matego was born in the year 1964 in Kisii county. He schooled at Kwimtangari primary school afterwards he joined Cardinal Otunga high school where he was only there for a week before proceeding to Itiero secondary school. Itiero highschool was a football power house that housed the likes of Henry Nyandoro Sylvester Mageni Mike Okoth Richard Otambo and Salim Mbaruk who later featured for Shabana FC In1987 the final between Kakamega Highschool and Itiero secondary school in Kakamega a match that was broadcasted
Liverpool forward Divock Origi. Photo/Facebook If wishes were horses, Liverpool striker Divock Okoth Origi would be spearheading the Kenya national soccer team, Harambee Stars striking department. But alas! He is not, after deciding to play for his Country of birth – Belgium. He was born in 1995 when his father was featuring in the Belgium topflight. Origi is the son to former Harambee Stars striker Mike Okoth. His mother, Linda Adhiambo is also Kenyan. By virtue of being born of Kenyan parents, many Keny
Kenyan prolific striker Michael Olunga is a Christian. Kenya has had many strikers who played abroad and made their names known all over the world. Some of the strikers who went abroad include Denis Oliech who played mostly in French league one sides :Nantes, Ajaccio and Auxxure, Mike Okoth who is the father to Divock Origi played in Belgium, Allan Wanga played in Vietnam, Ayub Timbe who is currently in Japan playing for Vissel Kobe and many more.
The son of a former Shabana goalkeeper,Kenya Breweries (now Tusker F.C) defender and a Kenyan international Mike Okoth has made history for becoming the one and only Kenyan to win the Premier League.Divock Origi plays for the newly crowned England Premier League champions Liverpool Football Club.Mike Okoth is the brother to Austin Oduor who,as the only captain to lift an African football trophy,is the most successful in the Kenyan football history.Austin Oduor is the former Harambee Star central defender and
Kenyan midfielder Tyler Onyango has signed his first professional contract with English Premier League side, Everton. This will see him link up with the first team from next season. The 17-year old has been with the English club since he was 8 and has rose up the ranks. This season he was in the ranks of their u23 team becoming one of the youngest members of the reserve squad. His coaches describe him as a hardworking, disciplined, tough-tackling and goal-scoring midfielder. Primarily a central midfielder he
Divock Okoth Origi was born in Ostend Belgium. He was born into a family of footballers: his father Mike Okoth played for KV Oostende (at the time Divock was born) and Genk among other Belgian clubs, as well as the Kenya national team. His uncle, Austin Oduor, played For Gor Mahia in the Kenyan Premier League while his other uncles, Gerald and Anthony, played for Tusker. His cousin, Arnold Origi, is also a professional player who has been capped for the Kenyan national team as a goalkeeper. (Divock and