Edward Bahati Obara "Eddie" Odhiambo-Anaclet (born 31 August 1985) is a Tanzanian semi-professional footballer who is a player-coach for Banbury United. Odhiambo began his career as a schoolboy with Oxford United, before moving to Southampton in 2003. A year later, he signed on professional terms with the club, and was loaned out on separate occasions to Chester City and Tamworth during the 2004–05 season. He did not break into the first-team at Southampton, and signed for Oxford United on a free transfer in July 2006. After two seasons of regular first-team football at Oxford, he joined Stevenage Borough on a free transfer ahead of the 2008–09 campaign. In his first season with the Hertfordshire side, he helped the club win the FA Trophy in May 2009. The following season, Odhiambo was par

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  • Edward Bahati Obara "Eddie" Odhiambo-Anaclet (born 31 August 1985) is a Tanzanian semi-professional footballer who is a player-coach for Banbury United. Odhiambo began his career as a schoolboy with Oxford United, before moving to Southampton in 2003. A year later, he signed on professional terms with the club, and was loaned out on separate occasions to Chester City and Tamworth during the 2004–05 season. He did not break into the first-team at Southampton, and signed for Oxford United on a free transfer in July 2006. After two seasons of regular first-team football at Oxford, he joined Stevenage Borough on a free transfer ahead of the 2008–09 campaign. In his first season with the Hertfordshire side, he helped the club win the FA Trophy in May 2009. The following season, Odhiambo was part of the side that secured promotion to the Football League for the first time in the club's history. He was released at the end of the season, and subsequently joined Newport County, spending the 2009–10 season with the club, before moving to another Conference Premier team in the form of Gateshead. He spent one year at Gateshead, but was released in April 2012. A month later, Odhiambo signed for Brackley Town of the Conference North. He spent four years at Brackley before signing for Oxford City for the 2016–17 season. Odhiambo spent time at Kidlington in 2016 before joining Banbury United for the remainder of the season. He re-joined Kidlington as a player-coach for the 2017–18 campaign before then signing with Banbury for a second time, once again in a player-coach role. (en)
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  • Edward Bahati Obara "Eddie" Odhiambo-Anaclet (born 31 August 1985) is a Tanzanian semi-professional footballer who is a player-coach for Banbury United. Odhiambo began his career as a schoolboy with Oxford United, before moving to Southampton in 2003. A year later, he signed on professional terms with the club, and was loaned out on separate occasions to Chester City and Tamworth during the 2004–05 season. He did not break into the first-team at Southampton, and signed for Oxford United on a free transfer in July 2006. After two seasons of regular first-team football at Oxford, he joined Stevenage Borough on a free transfer ahead of the 2008–09 campaign. In his first season with the Hertfordshire side, he helped the club win the FA Trophy in May 2009. The following season, Odhiambo was par (en)
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