ORIGI RETURNS TO KENYA AFTER MISSING WORLD CUP SPOT WITH BELGIUM

Liverpool FC and Belgium forward Divock Origi has been spotted in Kenya, moments after he missed a call up to represent Belgium national team at 2018 Russia World Cup

Origi announced his Kenya visit with a social media post of him with his dad Mike Okoth and other two uncles.

One of his uncles Austin Odour was Kenya’s popular skipper and Gor Mahia legend who led K’Ogalo to Mandela Cup glory in 1987.

Austin Odour is also dad to Arnold Origi who plays in Norway as a keeper.

Mike Okoth found Origi while living in Belgium as a professional footballer. Earning Origi an automatic citizenship.

The Reds loanee to Wolfsburg is set to return to Anfield after he struggled in Bundesliga scoring only 6 goals in 31 games.

The 23 year old first shot to fame in Brazil World cup 2014 when he scored a winning goal to help Belgium progress to the last 16 after beating Russia.

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