Kenaan Markneh a historic move to Horoya


Adama Ketema and Ethiopian national team midfielder Kenaan Markneh joined Guinean defending champion Horoya Athletic popularly known Horoya Conakry. Former Ethiopia Bunna Coach French man Didier Gomes currently boss to Horoya Athletic is the key player in Kenaan’s transfer.
The 24 years-old giant became the first Ethiopian Footballer to sign for West African top league club. Kanaan came through Adama’s youth rank to go all the way to the senior team and was voted one of the most promising Young talents last season. The box to box midfielder with an eye for goals had been the key player in helping his side close to the top of the table before he sustained a serious injury that left him sidelined until the end of the season.
In the wake of his resignation from Ethiopia Bunna following the poor result, Gomes took over the 2018 African champions League quarter finalist Horoya to lead them to their 16th League 1 Pro title. Closely following the hardworking midfielder while in Ethiopia Gomes handed Kenaan a lucrative four years contract.
Well versed in English language, tall, strong, hardworking and an eye for a goal, Kenaan has everything to break through the deadlock having a good mentor by Didier Gomes Da Rosa.
Gomes also signed Ugandan international goalie Robert Odungkara after seven years of football in Ethiopian Premier League. Kenaan joined the exclusive party of Ethiopian professionals currently active: Shimeles Bekele and Oumed Oukri in Egypt while Binyam Assefa in Albania.