How 5 Kenyans Will Play For Premier League In 2018

Kenya is set to field  5 of her sons in the world’s best league from England in Europe. This is how it will happen.

Tottenham’s Victor Wanyama celebrates after scoring a goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace at White Hart Lane in London, Saturday Aug. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)

Currently Kenya has got 3 sons playing in the EPL, First id Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama at Totenham then Liverpool’s striker Divovk Origi.

The forgotten son, Martin Olsson from Swansea is also a Kenyan born boy.

With the arrival of Arnold Origi who is on trials at Crystal Palace, things are set to turn better for Kenyan fans who love EPL.

It should be noted that Divock Origi and Martin Olsson do not play for Harambee Stars since they switched their nationality to follow a career.

Divock is a cousin to Arnold, While Martin is a twin brother to Marcus who is at Derby county. Martin and Marcus play for Sweden while Divock plays for Belgium.

The latest entrant to premier league would be Girona FC(La Liga in Spain) striker Michael Olunga who has been already scouted by several EPL clubs. Even though contact has been revealed.

Olunga himself has expressed high interests of joining EPL side making Arsenal his favorite.

By Simon Ingari




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