- Journeyman David 'Cheche' Ochieng is set to make a return to Saudi Arabia
- Cheche has previously played for Al Taawon
- He has had stints abroad with Swedish side Brommapojkarna
Harambee Stars defender David 'Cheche' Ochieng is set to join Saudi Arabian side, Al Nasr, after parting ways with Kenyan Premier League giants, AFC Leopards.
Ochieng returns to Saudi Arabia four years after he quit the league for a switch to the United States.
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"All is sealed. He has reached an agreement with the club and he will join them in the next few days. He is a quality player and An Ansar is also a big club, I believe he will succeed there," a source divulged.
Cheche, as he is famously known started his career at AFC Leopards before moving to Nairobi Stima.
Upon impressing for the second tier side, he was snapped by KPL side, Tusker a side he played for for two years.
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In 2013, he quit the Brewers for Saudi Arabian side Al Taawon before moving to New York Cosmos 2015.
After a year in the US, joined Swedish side Brommapojkarna, only to return to Ingwe in March 2019 on a short-term deal.
He was one of the players who were shockingly omitted from the African Cup of Nations squad by Kenya coach Sebastien Migne.
Story by Kevin Kimutai, TUKO correspondent.
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