04 Jan, 17:16
Former Harambee Stars striker Patrick Oboya has said he has been exercising to keep his form and fitness at a good level in anticipation of a return to active football.
Oboya, who played for the South B in the ongoing Koth Biro tournament revealed that there is no specific club he will be joining as for now but hopes suitors will come knock his doors. He also praised the former national team striker Paul Were who helped South B book finals slots against GAA from Hururma.
- I will be back in January but for now, I cannot say exactly which team I will be joining, I have been training hard to keep my fitness and form to the right standard. Paul Were is my biggest friend and I hope that he will make strong come back sometimes to come, everyone has seen how good he is and they hope to see him again play for the team (Harambee Stars), Oboya told Futaa. com.
I like Koth Biro since we have big players like Teddy Akumu, Musa Mohamed and Were who really motivate the young players, Oboya added.
Oboya's club Career
He made his debut for K'Ogalo on 17 July 2013, coming off the bench to replace Paul Kiongera in the 79th minute and helped his side ensure a 2–0 league win over Chemelil Sugar at the Nyayo National Stadium. After spending a season and half with Gor Mahia, Oboya moved to Tusker making his first debut in the first match of 2015 season against Thika United.