Former Kenyan international Arnold Origi finds a new club in Norway

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Origi was rendered club less in January 2018 after parting ways with Lillestrom, who feature in the Norwegian top division

Former Harambee Stars goalkeeper Arnold Origi has signed a two-year deal with Norwegian OBOS-Ligaen side, Sandnes Ulf.

Origi was rendered club less in January 2018 after parting ways with Lillestrom, who feature in the Norwegian top division.

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Origi, a naturalized Norwegian of Kenyan origin, made his debut in his side’s 1-0 win against Levanger over the weekend.

The former Kenya one broke ranks with Lillestrom after his unsuccessful attempt to push for a move to English Premier League side Crystal Palace. He was subsequently released by the club.

The former Mathare United and Tusker custodian has played 33 international matches for Kenya.

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