KCB striker Chrispinus Onyango joins US club AFC Ann Arbor

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AFC Ann Arbor is owned by 15 directors, including former NBA stars Shane Battier

Harambee Stars U-23 striker Chrispinus Onyango has joined US National Premier Soccer League side AFC Ann Arbor.

AFC Ann Arbor confirmed on their website the acquisition of theformer KCB striker, who will now battle for a place up front alongside Brazilians Yuri Farkas, Liam Travers, Kyle Breitmeyer, JP Rylah and American Alee Lasinski.

Onyango will join Kenyan defender Joseph Okumu, who signed for Eric Rudland side in March.

The details of the contract remain scanty, but according to the club’s website, AFC Ann Arbor will provide the player with first-class soccer experience.

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AFC Ann Arbor was founded in 2014 by local soccer fanatic, Jamey Amrine and 14 others, including former NBA stars (Miami Heat), Shane Battier with the goal of creating a community-based club that would promote the game on a larger scale. 

The 2017 season was a monumental year for AFC Ann Arbor as the club won its first playoff game, a first conference championship and broke 12 club records.