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Ouma to to leave Mathare United

Mathare United striker Francis Ouma will not renew his contract with the slum boys when the current one ends in December supersport.com can reveal.

Ouma has played an integral part for the team this season scoring eight goals this season but his resolve to seek greener pastures will see him play his last match in the team's traditional yellow jersey on Saturday.

Ouma further intimated to supersport.com that he had no complaints against Mathare but was just ambitious to get other offers like any other player.

"I will not be renewing my contract at Mathare next season because I feel I want to pursue greener pastures as that is the dream of every player. I have given my services to Mathare selflessly and now I feel it’s time to move on to another team and continue building my career."

"I have got offers from various teams but have not made any decision yet and cannot rule anything out for now as I will listen to any offers that come my way," Ouma told supersport.com.

Ouma first played for Mathare United between 2006-2008 and was in the top scorer with 15 goals when the slum boys clinched the league in 2008.

He then moved to Azam between 2008-2009 before going to Italy where he joined Parma in the 2009 season.

He later moved on the Portuguese side G.D Tourizense in 2009-2010 before coming back home where he joined Sofapaka 2011 and finally went back to Mathare United in the 2012 season.


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