Kenyan international David Ochieng has impressed Swedish officials at top flight side Djugardens IF in trials saw him work out with the side for one week.

The Kenyan defender attracted praise from the club’s boss Bosse Anderson who praised the player in an interview with Swedish site Fotbolldirekt as quoted by soka25east.

“He has been training with us. We got an opportunity because we felt we wanted to quickly take a chance on him. He will train with us for a week.

“I have a good picture of the player. He has been in Aalborg and made a strong impression there. It is likely that he will get the chance to play on Saturday in the friendly match against Gefle.

“He looks good and could become a valuable player for Djurgarden,” Anderson said.

Ochieng who was Kenya skipper at the 2015 Cecafa Senior Challenge traveled to the Scandinavian nation, arriving on Sunday 24th. 

The 23-year-old has played club football in Kenya and Saudi Arabia for Nairobi Stima, Tusker and Al-Taawon. He made his senior international debut for Kenya in 2012.

Deputy Editor at Kawowo Sports. He is an aspiring Sport Psychologist.

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