Kenya Simbas star Chisanga opens up on Poland stay

Orkan Sochaczew loose forward Joshua Chisanga has described his stay in Poland as a great experience.
The former Newcastle Falcons forward penned down an eight-month deal with the Polish side in April 2018 and became the first Kenyan to play in Eastern Europe.
The Kenyan International says he has enjoyed playing in the league. When asked about the difference between the English Premiership, Polish League, and the local league, the burly forward said local top tier is on the right track and can get even better if the stakeholders keep working hard.
“The league is good. It has been a great experience and I am glad to be part of the league.  The difference is that Newcastle is on the top level and Poland is also not bad. If you compare Kenyan league with other leagues we are doing well. If we keep working hard we will soon be a force to reckon, ” Chisanga told Scrummage.
The forward has few days remaining before his eight-month contract ends and he has confirmed that they are in talks to know if he will extend his stay. He is currently in the country preparing for the Repechage Tournament.
“You never know what the future holds. We are in discussion with the side to know whether I will stay with the club or I will move. Our season is almost over, we have two more games before the playoffs so we are likely to finish fifth. Am back in the country on National duty. The Union called me back for the Repechage preparations.  ” he added.
Before joining Orkan Sochaczew was with Kenya Cup side Homeboyz Rugby.

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