Kenya Football Gallery for 2015


Michael Olunga proved that he was the heir apparent to Dennis Oliech. He scored against Zambia but Kenya lost 1-2 due to indiscipline in the Kenya camp

Harambee stars prior to the match against Cape Verde
/>Front Row: Omar Mbongi, Edwin Wafula, Johana Omollo, Kevin Kimani, Clifford Miheso
Back Row: David Owino, Harun Shakava, Michael Olunga, Boniface Oluoch, Anthony Akumu, Victor Wanyama

A poorly prepared, hurriedly assembled Harambee stars side still managed to beat Cape Verde in the 2018 world cup qualifiers. At the time, Cape Verde were ranked more than 70 places ahead of Kenya in the FIFA rankings


Prior to leaving for Cape Verde, Harambee stars were stranded at Wilson Airport for 10 hours due to official incompetence from the ministry of sports who did not release funds on time

Anthony Akumu and Kevin Kimani congratulate Michael Olunga after he scored the lone goal as Kenya beat Cape Verde 1-0 in the opening leg of the 2018 World cup qualifiers


Harambee starlets celebrate after overcoming the odds to beat Botswana thanks to a late goal


Harambee starlets fought gamely but lost 0-1 both home and away to South Africa’s Banyana Banyana


Neddy Atieno seen here against Botswana was one of the stars of the Starlets campaign. Her performance attracted the interest of a Nigerian team to whom she transferred in 2015


Michael Olunga was a three goal hero as Kenya beat Botswana 4-1. But it was not enough as Kenya had lost the opening leg 3-0 after having arrived in Botswana only hours before the match.


Passenga secondary from the Aberdares region, were the surprise winners of the 2015 national schools championships

Collins Okoth and Musa Otieno seen here against Ethiopia in the CHAN qualifiers. Kenya lost 2-0 on aggregate


Gor Mahia won the 2015 league title with an unbeaten record


Bandari were the surprise winners of the 2015 GoTV shield


Bandari keeper Wilson Obungu and team-mates celebrate after beating Nakumatt 4-2 in the final


 


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