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"Victor Wanyama Spurs move enlightened Kenyan footballers." said FKF president.

Wanyama move to spurs pave way to other footballers in brexit country.

Victor Mugubi Wanyama move to spurs will enlighten the Kenyan footballers in the international market more than it used to be before.  Victor Wanyama who signed a three year fresh deal with Tottenham hotspurs is a challenge also to his brother MacDonald Mariga. The deal will make Kenya upfront after the Brexit where the football pays. The football Kenyan legend will unleash opportunities to others from the national team as a majority are yearning for the international exposure.




"The football talent in Kenya is wasted and none of the leaders talk about developing young talents as  they always focus on the players from very few teams playing in the Kenyan league." Victor Said.  "The Kenyan teams should look forward to recruit and train young people as well as developing talents from children in academies to enhance the national team performance. The selection should be done across the country not only from specific areas." added the football Kenya federation Nick Mwendwa.


The Kenyan football needs to be revolutionised to pave a way for new and strong talents. The betting company Sportpesa has made it in terms of celebrating the international games and now looking forward to building our talents. Last month the betting company brought arsenal coaches and assistants to look, motivate and train our own coaches. That is what made Kenya won against Congo. The tactics that were provided by the arsenal assistants who visited Kenya. "The Wanyama transfer will enlighten football in Kenya and across east Africa," said the FKF president. Also, the government should also support young talents and the FKF at large in providing guidance and financial support to the national teams to enhance talents.



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