Cornelius Mwangi

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Football biography

Cornelius Mwangi is a Kenyan centre back currently in the ranks of Kenyan National Super League side Nairobi City Stars from July 2019.

Mwangi is a former St. Joseph's player who turned out for Nakuru AllStars in the 2011 season before[1] joining Zoo Kericho F.C. the next year for six months.[2] Another six months detour to Finlay's Horticulture prepared him for a big move to Mathare United at the start of 2013.[3][4][5][6]

He return again to Mathare in early 2015[7][8] after a trip back to St. Joseph's and in 2018 he joined coastal side Modern Coast Rangers[9][10] where he later became the team captain. After two seasons, he opted to join Kawangware based Nairobi City Stars to be closer to his family in Nakuru.[11][12][13]

References

  1. Futaa, January 12, 2012: Nakuru AllStars offloads a dozen
  2. Futaa, January 12, 2012: Zoo Kericho drops five players
  3. Futaa, February 24, 2013: KPL: complete 2013 team lists
  4. Michezo Afrika, February 1, 2013: Mathare United signs 19 players
  5. FKF, September 12, 2013: Brand new Mathare United ready to roll but...
  6. Standard Media, February 2, 2013: KPL Transfer window closes
  7. Radio Jambo, February 2, 2019: KPL releases complete 2015 player transfer list
  8. South Coast FKF Branch, August 5, 2015: Full list of KPL January (2015) transfers
  9. Goal, February 2, 2018: Modern Coast Rangers unveil squad for new season
  10. Futaa, February 2, 2018: NSL Rangers unveil 2018 squad
  11. South Coast FKF Branch, August 5, 2019: Modern Coast Rangers defender snapped up by City Stars
  12. Kenyan Digest, September 1, 2019: Packed programme as NSL begins
  13. FKF, September 12, 2019: NSL transfers