Norwegian-based Harambee Stars striker becomes a father

Norwegian-based Harambee Stars striker becomes a father

Mark Kinyanjui 15:45 - 24.06.2024

The two-capped Harambee Stars striker has become a father, having made the announcement official on his Instagram page.

Harambee Stars striker Alfred Scriven has become a father after sharing a picture of his newly born baby online with partner Mina Brennhovd.

Scriven took to social media to announce the good news on Monday to the excitement of his friends and fans through an Instagram post.

It is further good news for the striker, who joined Bryne at the beginning of the season after leaving IL Hodd at the end of 2023.

The 26-year-old has yet to find the back of the net in 13 league appearances for the club, which contrasts to the eight goals he scored in 28 league games for Hodd last season.

He has however scored two goals in the NM Cup, and provided another assist, and will be hoping this form in the tournament can be translated onto the league soon.

The forward has played two times for Harambee Stars, with his debut coming as a substitute during the side’s 1-0 loss to Iran.

The forward launched his career with Hallingdal FK before he was promoted to the senior team from the youth set-up.

With Hallingdal’s senior team, he made 57 appearances and scored 26 goals during his stay between 2015 and 2017.

He then moved to Mjondalen – a club that was founded on August 22, 1910 – and played for them between 2018 and 2021. His stay with Mjondalen was not as successful as his time with Hallingdal, as he only managed to score three goals in 21 appearances.

Mjondalen sent him on two loan spells, first with Ullensaker/Kisa in 2019, where he found the back of the net three times in 14 games.

In 2020, he was loaned to Asker and scored five goals in 18 games.

He signed for Hodd in 202, where he played for two years until he left to join his current club.

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