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Kenyan Players continued with their forage abroad as some switched clubs the most notable perfomance was for Patrick Oboya who scored on his debut for his new club just two days after Joining the Slovak team.


Victor Mugubi Wanyama continued to be part of coach Neil Lennon’s plans as he led his team to a 3-1 crushing of Falkirk In the semi finals of the communities cup to reach the finals.

After the match Lennon praised his players for a well Job done as Mugubi featured strongly In the team that won.


Harambee Stars captain and Auxerre top scorer Dennis Oliech could not help his team as they went down 3-1 to AS Nancy with the Kenyan striker playing a vital role.

The loss dampened the Auxerre spirits as It moved them to the relegation zone.Oliech has so far scored eight goals and Is the top marksman at Auxerre.


Kenyan midfilder Macdonald Mariga arrived In Italy on Sunday ready to put pen to paper on a deal that would see him back to his former side Parma after a dissapointing loan move to Spanish la liga side Real Sociedad.

Mariga had been on loan from Inter Milan but could be making a permanent move back to Parma where he played from 2007 to 2010 before being signed by Jose Morinho.


Kenyan 19 old striker Ayub Timbe put the death of his dad behind him to earn a first team place as KRC Genk hammered OH Leuvren 5-0 In the Belgian Jupiler league.

Ayub Timbe played close to 35 minutes earning his promotion from the Junior side .

On the other hand another Kenyan Johanna Omollo was on the bench as his side Beerschot drew 0-0 with Anderlecht In another Jupiler league match.Omollo has failed to break Into the first team.


Kenyan top keeper Arnold Origi who recently retired from International football cemented a move to top first division side (Adeccoligaen) Ullensaker from third division side Moss FK after a one month loan move that saw him feature for Freidrikstand.

The move will see Origi playing top flight football In Norway and being the only keeper outside Kenya playing In the proffesional ranks.


Just two days after signing a three year deal to Join top Slovak team MFK Ruszomberok’s Patrick Oboya paid the team handsomely as he scored on his debut despite his side losing 2-1 to AC Sparta Praha on Saturday.

Oboya was formerly with Czech side FK Banik Most where he played for over one season.


Towering Kenyan defender Joseph Shikokoti on trials with top Armenian side Gandazar Is expected to travel with the team for pre season to Russia on Monday and also Impressed In a friendly match played In the capital Yerevan.

By Collins Okinyo, ©



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