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Josh Chisanga back in Kenya.
05 June, 2017 12:34
There are several articles on the internet about Josh Chisanga returning to Kenya. He recently played in their domestic league for the Homeboyz. And is due to play for the Kenya Simbas against - Uganda - Tunisia and Namibia. No idea what this means for his future as a Falcon - or if he has been released.

Re: Josh Chisanga back in Kenya.
GeordieFalcon (IP Logged)
08 June, 2017 08:11
I suspect he's been released.

Shame as I thought he would be a good back row for us. Guess he just didn't make the grade with Deano. He now has young Simon Uzokwe to work with.

Be interesting to watch those games, see how African rugby is coming along

Re: Josh Chisanga back in Kenya.
markismith50 (IP Logged)
10 June, 2017 00:21
Joshua has been released

Re: Josh Chisanga back in Kenya.
AFalcon24 (IP Logged)
10 June, 2017 08:39
Sad that it never worked out for him. smiling smiley

Re: Josh Chisanga back in Kenya.
Falc Dancer (IP Logged)
10 June, 2017 09:57
Got to trust Dean, John and Micky
He's been tried in the back row and in the front row without success
Shame but we have players in those positions

Re: Josh Chisanga back in Kenya.
Monkey1 (IP Logged)
10 June, 2017 18:45
Personally I am delighted to see Deano & Co trying out players like Josh. Some of them will work out to be undiscovered gems, it gives players who wouldn't normally dream about it a crack at Premiership rugby, and they will take a whole host of knowledge back with them if it doesn't work out to be right for them after all. There's a lot of people gaining from this approach. Good for Falcons & good for the game.

Re: Josh Chisanga back in Kenya.
GeordieFalcon (IP Logged)
10 June, 2017 21:49
Well they all know the standard they have to hit after watching mark v Argentina . The lad was class as we all knew he would be, because we watch it every weekend at KP!

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