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Kamau reveales Bodo interest



Thika United coach John Kamau has revealed promising midfielder Michael Bodo has attracted interest from rival Tusker Premier League clubs.

The young player impressed in the recently concluded season, in which his club established themselves as a creditable force in the top flight.

Bodo’s form even prompted a recent call-up to the Harambee Stars squad ahead of the country’s upcoming CHAN qualifying showdown with Burundi.

Kamau, though, is adamant that he will only consider releasing Bodo on loan if he is assured a strong chance of regular game-time. Kamau is wary of Bodo’s talent going to waste on the sidelines.

“I have a good number of teams interested in him but to me the options do not look right for the player’s development. Bodo is a very good player and I do not want a team that will waste his potential. I am not looking to discard him because he is part of this team’s future plans,” said Kamau.

“I want him to play a lot of matches and gain the experience, even more so if I do not get a team that will guarantee that I will have no option but to factor him in my plans for next season,” concluded the young trainer.



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