Check Out Anthony Agay's pictures that got everyone talking about
By Lisalihle | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 6214 views
Anthony Agay Akumu is a well-known Kenyan football player who is currently playing for Kaizer Chiefs Football Club, and also Kenya national team as a defensive midfielder.
Anthony was born in the city of Rachuonyo, which is based in Kenya. The star started his football career at Gor Mahia. Akumu spent four years in the Kenyan gaints. After spending four years at Gor Mahia Football Club, he then went to Sudan.
The 28-year old played for Khartoum National Club, who are participating in the Sudan premier league. The Kenyan star only spent one year in Sudan, the following year he went to Zambia after Zesco united showed interest in signing the player.
Kaizer Chiefs played against the Zambian side Zesco united in the CAF competition, and that is where they spotted Akumu together with his teammate Lazouras Kambole. Kaizer chiefs successfully signed the players but have failed to meet the expectations at the club. Check out the pictures of Anthony Agay Akumu:
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