Kenyan international and former Harambee stars captain Victor Mugubi Wanyama has officially announced retirement from international football, bringing to an end his sterling performance with the national team that begun 14 years ago.
The former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder who now plays for FC Montreal in the USA, took to his official twitter account, to issue a statement, announcing his resignation from the national team assignments.
He further added that he will remains Harambee Stars top supporter and he’s passing the button to the new generation so as they can make a mark too and help Harambee stars to ascend to a greater height
” And after long consideration, I have made the really difficult decision of retiring from international football” says Wanyama in a letter he posted on his Twitter account.
”It has been an honor to represent my country and I think the time has come for me to pass the mantle to the young ones, I’ll always be an of the National Team and their biggest supporter” added Wanyama
Wanyama added, that he will remain Harambee Stars top fan, he will continue supporting the team, and will at a later stage join the federation and help it steer Kenyan football in greater heights.