Kenyan players have been asked to embrace positive investments during their playing days so as to avoid frustrations after hanging up their boots.
Former Internationals and Kenyan Premier League player Peter Lichungu while speaking to futaa.com called on the players both locals and internationals to investment in areas that will ensure a bright future for them.
Lichungu lamented that despite featuring for the national team in the past, many players have been forced to spend their sunset days in utter poverty due to lack of proper structures to support them.
-Players should ensure that they invest especially now that the League teams are getting stronger through sponsorships thus able to remunerate their players better than before.
The Ingwe ace has also asked the government in collaboration with the federation to ensure that there is an existing pension fund available for the players once they retire so that they can get some support.
-Footballers retire early so there is need for this fund so that they do not suffer from a culture shock - kind of experience after leaving the pitch.
Lichungu believes that once the players have invested and are into a saving scheme then life will slowly evolve for the better.