Kenyan Footballers: Taiwo Atieno
General Books LLC, 19 Νοε 2012 - 102 σελίδες
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Allan Thigo, Allan Wanga, Amos Ekhalie, Arnold Origi, Austin Makacha, Ayub Masika, Bonaventure Maruti, Boniface Ambani, Brian Ombiji, Curtis Osano, Daniel Agina, David Gateri, David Kenga, Dennis Oliech, Edgar Ochieng, Elijah Masinde, Emmanuel Ake, Eric Omondi Ongao, Francis Kimanzi, Francis Ouma, George Odhiambo, George Owino, Henry Motego, Henry Nyandoro, Hillary Echesa, Ibrahim Shikanda, Jacob Mulee, Jamal Mohammed, James Omondi, James Siang'a, James Situma, Jerry Santos, Joe Kadenge, Joe Masiga, Johanna Omolo, John Muiruri, Julius Owino, Kennedy Omogi, Lawrence Olum, Mark Baraza, Maurice Sunguti, McDonald Mariga, Michael Luvutsi, Mike Origi, Moses Arita, Mo Oduor, Musa Otieno, Pascal Ochieng, Patrick Oboya, Patrick Osiako, Paul Oyuga, Peter Dawo, Peter Hooper, Peter Opiyo, Peter Serry, Robert Mambo Mumba, Sammy Omollo, Sammy Onyango, Sammy Sholei, Simeon Mulama, Taiwo Atieno, Titus Mulama, Victor Wanyama, Willis Ochieng, Wycliffe Juma, Zablon Amanaka, Zedekiah Otieno. Excerpt: Taiwo Leo Awuonda Atieno (born 6 August 1985 in Brixton) is an English-born Kenyan international footballer, who currently is a free agent after his contract expired at League Two side Torquay United. He previously played in the Football League for Walsall, Rochdale, Chester City and Darlington, and in the USL First Division for the Puerto Rico Islanders and Rochester Rhinos. He first appeared for the Kenya national team in June 2009. Born Opiyo Taiwo Leo Awuonda, Atieno is the son of Moussa Awuonda, a former Nation Newspapers correspondent, and Bridget Mary Glaisher, and he began his football career at the age of 15 with Walsall F.C.. After graduating from the club's youth system, during which time he spent a month with Southern League Premier Division club Nuneaton Borough on work experience, Atieno signed professional contract forms in July 2004 under then manager Paul Merson. He attended Alderwasley Hall School. He had loan spells at Rochdale, Chester City, Kidderminster Harriers, and Darlington. Atieno was released by the club at the end of the 2005-06 season following their relegation from League One. He played three games for Dagenham & Redbridge before signing for Conference National club Tamworth in August 2006. Atieno scored 12 league goals, though these were not enough to keep Tamworth from relegation to the Conference North in April 2007. Atieno left Tamworth after the 2006-07 season, moving to the United States to join USL First Division team Puerto Rico Islanders. Signing in July, Atieno started his spell well, scoring 7 goals in 12 games. The Islanders surpassed expectations reaching the semi finals of the USL playoffs. Atieno providing 2 goals against an experienced Montreal Impact side. In the 2008 campaign, Atieno scored a historic goal advancing Puerto Rico Islanders to CONCACAF Champions League group stages. Islanders overcame a 2-1 deficit to knock out the Primera Division de Costa Rica L.D. Alajuelense. L.D. Alajuelense was the first Costa Rica
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