The international ex put up his boots – KBC


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Former Kenyan Allan Wanga has expressed his desire to retire from competitive football at the end of the current Kenyan Premier League season.

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The dangerous striker who trades with the western Kakamega Homeboyz has done a good job, taking over 15 years.

“I’ve worked hard in the last 13 years or so in top-level football and I think it’s time to leave the field for a new generation,” said Wanga.

“Strikers like Allan are hard to come by, it will be a difficult task to replace him but we wish him well,” said coach Muyoti.

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The 36-year-old forward was a traveler of his kind who had appeared to various clubs internationally.

Its first call ports are Angola, Vietnam, Azerbaijan, Sudan and Tanzania.

There, he played for Lolwe FC, Tusker FC, AFC Leopards and Sofapaka.

Wanga, who lost 44 times and netted 22 goals for Kenya, will now focus on his role as Sports Officer in Kakamega County Government.

This comes just 2 years after retiring from international football where he mentioned the need to focus on his career in county and club roles with Kakamega Homeboyz.


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