Another Harambee Stars player signs for Swedish top tier side on a three-year deal
8 months ago, 13 Jan 14:18
Harambee Stars defender David 'Cheche' Ochieng' has joined Swedish side IF Brommapojkarna. The player was released by his former club New York Cosmos a month ago. His new club confirmed that the former Tusker and AFC Leopards player signed a three-year contract with them National football team Harambee Stars' defender David 'Cheche' Ochieng' has joined Swedish top tier side IF Brommapojkarna on a three-year deal. Cheche signed for the club after being released by US side New York Cosmos upon expiry of his contract a month ago. In an exclusive interview with his new club, Cheche revealed that he was delighted to join the side, exuding confidence in succeeding in the team. "I'm grateful to be here, it's a good club with good organization and good coach," he told Brommapojkarna's official website. "I bring a lot of experience from playing in South America and the United States. I have played many international matches, both with club teams and the national team. I'm used to playing big matches with a lot of audiences, so I believe my experience and calmness will be beneficial to the team," he added. The 29-year old made his senior debut with National Super League (NSL) side Nairobi Stima in 2011, before making appearance for Tusker FC and AFC Leopards in subsequent years. He later moved to Saudi Arabia, where he featured for Al Taawon. His move to the Swedish club makes him the second Star's player to play for the side, after former Mathare United midfielder Eric Johanna who signed for them late last year.
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