........... To My World
I’d like to welcome all my fans, the supporters of the Kenyan national team and all my previous clubs, and lovers of this great game to the launch of my official website.
I’ve been blessed to have enjoyed a wonderful career in this sport and have picked up unforgettable memories along this journey that I’d like to share with all of you as we move forward together.
As players, we know that YOU guys are the lifeblood of our game, the very reason why we pull on our shirts with pride, as we strive to do the best we can every match and each day on the training field.
So with the launch of this, my official website, I’d like to invite you to be part of my football life and to regularly interact on this site and via my Twitter and Instagram.
If I have a photo or video with you, then post it here and you may be the lucky winner of a mystery prize that I will give out from time-to-time.
Do you have a question that you’d like ask me? Go to my Twitter and put it on there – maybe you’ll be one of the lucky fans whose question I tackle on this site.
In closing, I’d like to really thank John Cooper (pictured here) of Premier Player for the many long hours of work that he and his team have put into designing my site. Premier Player is a company that specialises in designing and managing websites for footballers and as their name suggests ……. they are at the top of their game!
Huu ni mchezo mkubwa unaoshabikiwa kwote ulimwenguni hivi basi tufurahiye sisi sote pamoja.
Fans are given a rare insight into the life of Barclays Premier League and Southampton ace, Victor Wanyama, in a fantastically produced documentary, entitled ‘The Lion of Muthurwa’.
Wanyama takes the viewers back to his roots in Kenya where he grew up supporting Manchester United and gaining inspiration from the heart of the Red Devils engine room, Roy Keane and Paul Scholes.
“When I was growing up in Nairobi I used to go to the cinema with my brothers and my dad to watch players like Viera and Keane and Scholes play in the BPL. I never imagined that one day I would be here. I just knew I would do whatever it takes to have a better life,” says Victor, looking back on those days in the land of his birth.
Filmed both in Kenya and in Southampton, The Lion of Muthurwa charts his rise from humble beginnings right through the start of his European career, his memorable time at Celtic and his move into the Barclays Premier League with The Saints.
It is a must-see for all football fans.