By Fred Maingi in Nairobi
Two Kenya players from the Coca Coca cola team that is currently in
South Africa will be the main target by scouts from South Africa
Premier League side Supersport
United has revealed that they will be keenly looking at two players
from the Kenyan team.
“We will be here from Monday when the games kick
off scouting for talent from across the teams including Kenya,” said
a top official from Supersport .
“We are especially interested in two players, that is,Omar Mwinyi
and Eugene Moses,” he revealed.
“We will also be looking at wing players very keenly especially the
left wing,” added the official who requested for anonymity.
Eugene Moses is a Form 3 student at Muyeye high School in Malindi and
plays in the defensive midfield position. He participated in the 2008
and 2009 Gothia Cup in Sweden and has also trained with Serie A side
Genoa back in 2010. Eugene who also played in last year’s COPA
Coca-Cola tournament likens his play to Tusker’s Crispin Olando.
His counterpart Omar Mwinyi, nicknamed ‘Samba’ thanks to his dribbling
skills is 16 years and plays as a central striker. He is also a
student at Muyeye High School and has played in COPA for the last four
years. His role model is Gor Mahia’s Kevin Omondi and Barcelona’s Cesc
The 2012 COPA Coca-Cola international camp tournament springs to life
on Monday September 3rd with the inter-country games slated to kick
off at St. Albans College in Pretoria, South Africa.
A total of 9 teams will be fighting it out for this year’s honours
where the games will be played in a round robin system with the team
collecting the most number of points being declared tournament