England-based Kenyan footballer hangs boots

England-based Kenyan footballer hangs boots

27 Dec 2017, 14:18

England-based Kenyan footballer Curtis Osano has called time on his career bringing an end to a 12-year long careeer in England and India. 

Osano who won the 2013/14 India I-League title with Bengaluru has to turned to Web development according to his new bio in the LinkedIn.

The Nakuru born player started his professional career started at Reading in 2005. He also played for League Two side AFC Wimbledon, where made twenty appearances before sealing a move to India's top tier side Bengaluru.

Back to England

He returned to England in 2016 joining Farnborough FC who helped to promotion prior to his retirement.

Among his achievement is being named the Bengaluru's 2014 Player of the Year and leading Farnborough to the Southern League Premier Division in his last pro stint.

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