In the footballing history of this nation, Dennis Oliech is a name which is revered. His prolific career in the international field and for Harambee Stars is a feat to be proud of. His  68 appearances and 34 goals, matches other greats including former skipper and the current assistant coach for Stars Musa Otieno, veterans Joe Kadenge, Mohammed Abbas, Mike Okoth (father to Belgian professional footballer and Liverpool’s forward Divock Origi), Josephat Murila, Francis Onyiso and Peter Dawo among others.

Today, Oliech has, however, officially announced his retirement from international duties with Harambee Stars. I know his move may be viewed by many as one that’s been long overdue, but Oliech has in deed retired with honour.

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Between 2003 and 2015, Dennis Oliech played professional football for Al-Arabi, Nantes, Auxerre, Ajaccio and Dubai CSC. His first match for Stars was in 2002, when Kenya lost 3-0 to Nigeria’s Super Eagles. Before that, he played for Dagoretti Santos then Mathare United.