- Moses Ademba who is Butali Warriors’ attacking midfielder believes that his time to move to Europe has come as he is done with his studies.
The sensational player declined an opportunity to play in Germany for VfB Stuttgart last year in September. Ademba chose to complete his undergraduate degree in Electrical and Telecommunication Engineering at Multimedia University.
After graduation, the player confirmed that he is now ready to play abroad. However, moving to Europe can be a very difficult scenario due to the coronavirus pandemic which has hit the world.
The ambition to play in better hockey facilities and under veteran technical professionals makes the player optimistic.
“Last year was not the best time for me to go but I am more than ready to gain a different experience should another opportunity present itself. Germany remains my preference but heading to the Netherlands won’t be a problem as well because they are advanced in terms of the game and have the best teams. I hope to improve my passing, vision and finishing because I am open to learning,” he said.
Ademba was part of the Hockey team which represented Kenya in the Olympic qualifiers last year. He also represented the country in the under 18 level which was held in Zambia 6 years ago.
The lad played for Multimedia from 2014 to 2018 before he joined Butali in 2019 together with Amos Barkibir, Calvins Kanu and Francis Kariuki. Ademba targets more goals when the league resumes after coronavirus pandemic is over.
“Retaining the league is a priority for the team. Individually, I would want to score as many goals as possible while providing assists for the forwards,” said the former Friends School Kamusinga player.