The striker, Timothy Otieno of Tusker FC was the Journalist Player of the month of November. A battle that left Brian Nyakan of Sofapaka and Oscar Wamalwa as the runners up in the award.
Otieno noted that the award was not a surprise since the team had shown a great corporation great character in his spectacular performance of the month. The striker also thanked his teammates for being part of his career milestone.
“I knew the award was not far off because of the kind of run the team has had and credit to my teammates for helping me get this recognition,” said Otieno on Wednesday.
He also pointed out that he is looking forward to fire at least 8 goals in the remaining 16 games of the Kenya Premier League. Otieno told the press that the award has just gave me him irresistible momentum to grab the golden boot.
“That month got me called up to the national team and I want to keep scoring to maintain my stay with Harambee Stars and help Kenya achieve something special.
“I also aspire to lay my hands on the golden boot. It has been my dream and I’ve tried to win it in the past but it looks feasible this season with the entire team firing on all cylinders. They can really help me win it,” an elated Otieno stated.
Currently, Otieno who is the former player for Posta Rangers and Gor Mahia has already score 9 goals in the season. The top scorer of KPL is Mark Makwatta of AFC Leopards.
At Sportika, we hope to see a sensational performance from the determined and dedicated Tusker FC striker, Timothy Otieno. The remaining 16 league games are more than enough to make the dream of the Otieno come true.