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Miheso to attend trials in South Africa

Harambee Stars budding midfielder Clifton Miheso is scheduled to travel to South Africa in January for trials with in unnamed team after an impressive season for both club and country.

Thika United coach John Kamau told supersport.com of the development heaping praise on the player whom he has nurtured since recruiting him from Kakamega High School.

Miheso was first drafted in the national team by coach Francis Kimanzi where he was given his debut against Malawi in a World Cup qualifer where Kenya lost 0-0.

He was very instrumental in Harambee Stars surprise run to the final in the just concluded Cecafa Tusker hosted in Uganda scoring twice.

"I can confirm we have had lot of interest from top teams inquiring about Miheso who has been outstanding in the whole season. He is set to travel to South Africa in January for trials but we will confirm the team later in the month as they have been following his progress.”

“We will support him throughout the trials and if he makes it we will no doubt release him and if he does not then we will welcome him back to the team," Kamau told supersport.com.


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