Tag Archives: Kenya Premier League

Sofapaka headed the way of Coast Stars, Re-Union and others

Sofapaka FC have been one of Kenya’s top teams over the past decade or so. Formed in 2002, they first came to prominence when they won the Presidents Cup in 2007, while still in the second tier league. Two years … Continue reading

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Reducing number of foreigners to 3 is not the solution

In what looks like a salvo against Gor Mahia , FKF chair Sam Nyamweya has agreed with Tusker coach Francis Kimanzi and has decided that next season the number of foreigners in each time will be three, of whom only … Continue reading

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Shabana FC learning from past mistakes

It is no secret that Shabana FC received a significant amount of help from the authorities in their bid to qualify for the Kenya Premier League. Their challengers had points deducted under very dubious circumstances. When it was all said … Continue reading

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On Musa Otieno’s call to support local football

Former Harambee stars skipper Musa Otieno teamed up with Tusker to make a passionate appeal to Kenyan football fans to support their local clubs. Popularly known as “Otero”, Musa who is the current Harambee stars assistant coach, made the valid … Continue reading

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2014 Tusker Premier league will be as explosive as dynamite

Thanks to an influx of top tier foreign talent, the return of some heavy hitters, the 2014 Kenya premier league promises to be the most exciting one yet. All the top four teams: Gor Mahia, AFC Leopards, Sofapaka and Tusker … Continue reading

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Coast Stars was failed by incompetence, Hopefully Bandari have learned

On January 2, The Kenya Ports Authority, announced that they will cede control of Bandari Football club and turn it into a community club. Interestingly, when FKF chairman Sam Nyamweya first hinted that Bandari would become a community club, current … Continue reading

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