Allan Wanga has retired from international just a month after he was axed from final squad ahead of Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cairo, Egypt.
Harambee Stars head coach Sebastien Migne settled on John Avire and Michael in the striking force but Wanga, today announced his retirement from international football.
Last season, Wanga was second best goal scorer in the Kenya Premier league with 18 goals, two less top scorer Ochieng.
Before he retired Wanga made 44 appearances for Harambee Stars, scoring 22 goals.
Serving Kakamega County as Sports Director, Wanga, in his official letter said that he will be focusing on his job and club, Kakamega Homeboyz.
On his official twitter acount @allanwanga posted his letter with the following message: “For 12 years, I have had the singular privilege and great honour to represent my country on the football pitch. Together with the support of the team, the management and the fans at large, I believe I have represented my country to the best of my ability.”
“It’s now time for me to pave way for other players who I believe will embody the spirit of Harambee, as I trust I did. I wish the National Team the very best in their future endeavours and now transition from the pitch to the terrace as the team’s biggest cheerleader.
“I will now dedicate my time to my county Kakamega and my club. Thank you FKF, thank you Kenya for the decade plus of togetherness,” he said in a press statement dispatched to selected sports personalities.