The Origi name is not new to football fans. It has become a household name for the longest time in the history of Kenyan football. The four brothers Austin Oduor Origi, Mike Okoth Origi, Anthony Origi and Gerald Origi, were among the footballers who put Kenya on the FIFA map, playing with passion, unlike the current footballers.
The Origi dynasty is still on and currently two members of the lineage who ply their trade in Europe; Arnold Origi (son to Austin Okoth) commonly known as Kenya 1 who plies his trade in Norway and Divock Origi (son to Mike Okoth) who plays for Liverpool as a striker. The Origi dynasty is so far the most successful football family in the country as we can see the two brothers still flying the family flag high.
Earlier today, Arnold Origi took to social media to introduce Caitlyn Origi, the only female in the Origi dynasty who plays football in the United States of America. He further disclosed that she is the future star of football in America meaning that she will not play in Kenya. Caitlyn Origi is the daughter to Gerald and cousin to Arnold and Divock.
Caitlyn Origi. It’s not only the boys in the family that can play the game. Future star of the US women’s national team. #proudcousin.”
He wrote on Facebook accompanied by the photo below
Indeed, sportsmanship blood runs in the Origi family.