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Kenyan fans stage procession in support of Victor Wanyama

FOOTBALL By Game Yetu | December 9th 2017
fans show support for injured Victor Wanyama in a peaceful procession

A group of local fans staged a procession on Saturday in support of injured Kenyan captain Victor Wanyama, who has been out for the better part of this season with a knee injury picked more than three months ago.

Wanyama’s recovery has taken longer than expected and Spurs have missed his physicality in the heart of midfield.

Spotted holding ‘Get Well Soon placard’ on the streets of Machakos town, the fans a said they hoped Wanyama copes with the injury.

The 26 year old has missed 16 games in succession across all competitions and his absence has been evident.

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