Harambee Stars' midfielder Victor Mugubi Wanyama will be among the many Kenyans living in Britain to cheer the sportsmen and women for the Olympic Games. Considering his love for sports, the midfielder hopes to steal some free time off his busy training schedule to catch a glimpse of the best sportsmen and women around the globe at the London Olympic Games.
Mugabe will especially join fellow Kenyans during the athletics programme, where the country is expected to dominate. "We will also be training but hopefully when we have some free days without training, I will fly over to London to go and cheer up our athletics team. I wish the team all the best."
Meanwhile, Wanyama has opted to stick with Celtic despite interest from English Premier League. In an exclusive interview, the Kenyan midfielder said he is already looking forward to his second season with the Glasgow-based club. "We are just about to resume training and I can't say much but I am definitely looking forward to wining the league again," Wanyama said. He joined Celtic last year from Belgian side Beerschot AC and had an excellent first season, which landed him the Scottish Premier League (SPL) young player of the month in December. He also helped the club to win the Scottish Premier League trophy.
The Kenyan international is elated to take part in the Champions League, where he becomes the second Kenyan player to take part in Europe biggest and esteemed club competition after his brother MacDonald Mariga, who won it with Inter Milan. "Every player's ultimate goal is to play in the champions' League and I am very happy to have landed the opportunity and I look forward to a good performance in the same ," he noted. Mugubi left the country on Tuesday night to Glasgow, where he is expected to link up with the rest of his team in Germany today for pre-season season.