Mathare United Goalkeeper Job Ochieng has refuted claims that he is set to ditch the club for Kariobangi Sharks.
Ochieng was Mathare’s preferred keeper in the concluded season under coach Salim Ali and after graduating from their U20 side he said he had no reason of ditching the club for Sharks.
“There has been a lot of speculations regarding my future and seen on social media that I am set to leave for Sharks. I didn’t know I can be making a move without my consent. I even don’t know where the rumour is from because it is a bad rumour. I am a Mathare United player and that has not changed,” Ochieng told Futaa.
There have been speculations that Ochieng’s team is set to lose players to rival teams something that might affect the team but according to the former Kakamega High School shot-stopper, he was not too much concerned about other player’s futures.
“Every footballer has a dream and they all different. When people want to leave they know why they are leaving and I am not concerned about that. That should be left for the coach and management. Mine is to give my all every day and ensure that my dreams are realized,” he opined.
Mathare has already lost winger Kevin Kimani to Wazito FC with the likes of James Kinyanjui and Andrew Juma said to be on their way out.