Former Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama has announced his retirement from international football.
Wanyama posted a statement of his social Media platforms announcing an end to an era one would describe as legendary.
He has 60 caps for the Kenyan national team since making his international debut in May 2007 at the age of 15.
“Growing up it was always my dream to get the chance to represent my country. With a great deal of pride, I can say that I have been fortunate to live my dream!” he wrote
“From making my debut against Nigeria to captaining the team at Africa Cup of Nations finals in Egypt-these past 14-years have gone beyond what I ever thought possible.”
“We have shared great memories together and I am proud to have been your captain and leader.”
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