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Former Tusker youngster lands another international duty

by Paul Nyongesa
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Former Tusker FC midfielder Henry Meja is set to be sent out on loan.

According to reliable sources, Meja who who has been at AIK for less than a year, is set to be sent out on loan by top-tier club AIK according to grapevine doing rounds in Swedish football circles.

Meja, 21, has struggled to bag a permanent position in the team, appearing sparingly as a sub for the club last year.

Norrby seems to be Meja’s next destination as the club has expressed strong interest to acquire the former Tusker talisman.

“He needs more time to develop and the club is considering loaning him out to a team in the second-tier where he will play regularly. All indications are that he is headed to Norrby,” a reliable source told Mozzart Sport.

Elsewhere,

Nairobi City Stars defender Elly Kessy Osotsi is over the moon after making his debut in the Football Kenya Federation in style eight days ago.

The 20-year-old made his maiden appearance when Simba wa Nairobi played 12-time champions AFC Leopards on January 4 at the Moi International Sport Center, Kasarani. City Stars, who are yet to win a league match this season, lost the game by a solitary goal.

Not only didi Osotsi clock 38 minutes in the contest attended by hundreds of Leopards fans, but it was also his first league game at the 60,000-seater venue. He made the match day squad in place of the experienced Kennedy ‘Vidic’ Onyango.

“The debut came with lots of pressure. But I chose to look at the milestones achieved while taking home important lessons,” said Osotsi, who later on in the match paved way for Roney Kola after an impressive display.

“Earning a first premier league game, making the starting lineup, playing in Kasarani against a famed Leopards side, are all highlights achieved in one day,” he said.

City Stars, who lost their last league match 4-2 to Vihiga Bullets, will be at Kasarani on Saturday where they will face former champions Sofapaka from 1pm.

Simba wa Nairobi have disappointed this season and they currently sit 17th in the 18-team table with a paltry two points from a barren draw against Posta Rangers on December 11. They also played to a 1-1 draw against Kariobangi Sharks on December 21.

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