Wanyama’s fans pour to the streets to show support to injured Spurs’ midfielder
A group of football fans on Saturday staged a peaceful procession on the streets of Machakos to show solidarity with injured Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama.
Some of the fans were clad in replica Tottenham Hotspur jerseys while others wore white T-shirts bearing the image of the English Premier League based player.
They also displayed a huge banner bearing the wording; ‘Wanyama, get well soon’
“We know these are tough times for him. He has always supported us and I wish to inform him we are praying for him to recover completely and get back to the pitch,” one of those in the procession explained.
This event occurred hours before Tottenham hosted Stoke in an English Premier League match.
Coincidentally, Tottenham have struggled without Wanyama, dropping to sixth on the league standings after dropping points away to Arsenal and at home to West Brom in recent outings.
Wanyama has been out of competitive action for a majority of the current season, with a knee injury that has limited him to just two league appearances, out of a possible 15.
Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino has in recent interviews indicated he’s not sure of when the player will make a comeback.