Former Gor Mahia striker George Blackberry Odhiambo is still not happy with lack of playtime at Denmark’s second tier side Randers FC, a club he joined in January 2011 on a four and a half year contract.
In a recent – and different interview with a Danish site, Blackberry decries lack of playtime as a reason why he is no longer a Kenya National team player, an occurrence that leaves him very unhappy and ready to quit the club – in January.
- I am very disappointed, and it's really hard for me. I have not received an explanation as to why I do not play. I believe that I have done well in the few matches I have received. But when I do not get playing time, there is no reason why I am in Randers, he said to tipsbladet.dk.
- I do not play in the National team anymore, because I do not get playing time in Randers. That really hurts, said part of another quote.
Though regularly named to the bench for division one games, Blackberry is yet to make his debut in the second tier league.
Since a 2-1 win over Angola in a 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on 26 March 2011, Odhiambo has been totally forgotten for National team duty and has missed out on all subsequent games.
In mid September, Odhiambo had protested his lack of playtime by his club to Randers RFC Magazine.