New Harambee Stars recruit Daniel Anyembe, who plays as a right-back for Danish Superliga club Viborg has expresses his excitement ahead of Iran fixture
Daniel Anyembe, born to a Kenyan father and a Danish mother was born and raised in Denmark. His whole career has been shaped abroad and the right back represented his country of birth at the youth level.
The 24-year-old right-back has noted that the Football Kenya Federation had attempted to lure him before and had been tracking his progress,
“The Federation contacted me a few years ago but I ran into an injury. Now this year we started talking again and I spoke to the coach. He called me and informed me of the project and he told me he had decided to have me. When he called, I was not in doubt that I was ready to come play for Kenya,
“He (Coach Firat) didn’t need to convince me much. He said he had been watching my game and liked how I play and he told me when I come here, I should express myself and be the player that he things I am and that I have the quality, but I have to show it.”
Anyembe will compete with Daniel Sakari of Tusker for the right-back starting position, while Coach Firat also occasionally used midfielder Amos Nondi in that position during his first four games.
After the first training session with the team ahead of their trip to Tehran for the Iran fixture, Anyembe said, “When the opportunity came I was ready to take I and come here. Everyone is warm-hearted and they have been very welcoming. I am happy to be training and playing with these guys.”
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