- Despite playing in different positions, Kenyans cannot quite agree on who between Wanyama and Oliech was a better footballer
- The duo had great highlights in their career that saw them ply their trade in Europe, with Wanyama becoming the first Kenyan to play in the Champions League final
- During their time with Harambee Stars, both players helped the national football team reach the AFCON finals
Kenyans have been embroiled in a heated debate on who between Dennis Oliech and Victor Wanyama is Harambee Stars' greatest player of all time.
The two football greats enjoyed stunning careers with the national football team, with Oliech becoming one of the team's all-time goalscorer.
The legendary striker scored an impressive 34 goals before calling time on his international football career in 2016.
Oliech, who also had an impressive career in France and Asia made his bow for Harambee Stars in 2002 and went on to earn 76 caps.
One of his greatest career with Kenya was in 2004 when his last-minute goal against Cape Verde which sent them to the Africa Cup of Nations Championship.
Wanyama, on the other hand, also had a spectacular career with Harambee Stars which lasted 14 years.
He made his debut for the team in 2007 and managed to grow through the ranks to become the team's captain.
He managed to score seven goals for them in 64 appearances, with the versatile midfielder helping the team qualify for the 2014 Africa Cup of Nations.
Wanyama's recent decision to retire from international football on Monday, September 27, has generated a heated debate online among fans, with many of them divided on who was better during their time with the national team.
Here are some reactions:
"Oliech is a bigger Kenyan Legend than Wanyama though."
A second added:
"So many kids on this app, y'all didn't witness the menace that was Oliech Dennis."
A third noted:
"This Oliech vs Wanyama argument is a silly one tbh! Just be proud you got to see Kenyan footballers play at the highest level and pray Olunga gets his big move."
"Non footballing minds comparing a midfielder and a striker.please Kenyans let's stay in what we are good at and that's CORRUPTION.hii story ya oliech na wanyama is by far beyond most of us to comprehend."
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