03 Oct, 09:00
Adealide United defender Mark Ochieng is set to mark his fourth year in the Australia A-league as the 2017/18 season kcks off this October.
Born in Nairobi to former Kenyan international David Ochieng, he made his A-League debut in 2014 /15 season. The youth team product however only had his break through campaign two season later.
The 20-year old is among the promising players who have stayed at the team with likes of Bruce Kamau and Stephan Mauk leaving after honing their skills at Adelaide Youth team.
He recently signed a new contract to tie him down at the club and is among those confirmed at Adelaide for the new 2017 kickoff. Deployed more as an impact substitutes for his blend of offensive and defensive qualities,The youngster will be keen to get more games under his belt to build his budding profile.
His performances have so far earned him call up to Australia U17 and U20 team but could still represent Kenya national team.
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