Liberia Coach Backs New Wazito Boy to Flourish at The Club

Liberia national team head coach Peter Butler has backed his striker Augustine Out to flourish in the Kenyan Premier League after completing a move to Wazito FC.

The Liberian international was confirmed at Wazito on Monday after weeks of trials with the ambitious Kenyan Premier League outfit. He became the club’s eighth January signing.

Coach Stewart Hall backed the forward to succeed at the club stating that he impressed during his trial period at the club. Hall is hoping that the striker brings the much-needed goals into his team.

“Otu is a good striker. He is a young and hungry forward who we believe will improve our attack by getting us goals. He has been training with the team for the last couple of weeks and we are impressed with his abilities. He will bring good competition to our attack which is healthy for the team,” Hall stated.

Butler knows Otu at the national team level and according to the tactician, the 21-year old has what it takes to be successful at the club.

“He is a very good young striker. He has a tremendous attitude and a desire to be successful. He is a utility player, can play as the main striker or behind a striker and I believe he will be a success at Wazito. He is strong, handles the ball well, scores, creates I strongly believe that he will do at the club. They just need to be a little patient with him,” he said.

Other new signings at Wazito include Whyvonne Isuza, Dennis Sikhayi, Kennedy Owino, Dennis Ng’ang’a, Alvin Ochieng, Roland Ashimoto and Issafou Bourhana.

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