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Full name  Peter Dawo
Years  Team
Position  Forward
Playing position  Forward
Role  Football player
Place of birth  Kericho, Kenya
Name  Peter Dawo
Date of birth  1964
-1987  MTI

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Peter Dawo (born 1964) is a former Kenya international football forward who played for clubs in Kenya, Egypt and Oman.


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Club career

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Born in Kericho, Dawo began playing football in the local league for MTI. After performing well with MTI, he was noticed by Gor Mahia F.C. and signed for the club in 1987.

In his first season with Gor Mahia, Dawo helped the club win a domestic league and cup double. He also led the club to its first and only African Cup Winners' Cup title in 1987, scoring 10 goals in the competition. Following these exploits, Dawo finished seventh in the voting for 1987 African Footballer of the Year.

In 1990, Dawo signed for Egyptian league side Arab Contractors SC. He only managed one goal during the season, and moved to Omani side Al-Seeb the following season.

Dawo returned to play for Gor Mahia in the remainder of the 1991 season, winning the domestic league. He would retire from playing after the season.

International career

Dawo made several appearances for the Kenya national football team, including five FIFA World Cup qualifying matches. He played for Kenya at the 1988 and 1990 African Cup of Nations finals.


Dawo is the uncle of Kenya international footballer Patrick Oboya.


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