Sports

President Kenyatta to Preside Over Re-Opening of Nyayo Stadium on Saturday

25 September 2020

President Uhuru Kenyatta will on Saturday, 26th September, 2020, preside over the re-opening of Nyayo stadium which has been under renovation. The announcement was made by the Ministry of Sports, who, in a statement, also gave guidelines on how the event will be. Among the invited guests will be all sports federations in the country, […]

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All Set For Embu County FKF Chairman’s Cup As Teams Prepare for New Season

18 September 2020

The chairman of the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) for lower Eastern branch  Charles Njagi has announced plans to have a Embu County FKF Chairman’s Cup tournament within the region, which will see all interested clubs take part with the winner qualifying for the county league. Njagi made the announcement after holding a consultative meeting with […]

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3K Fc Schedules Pre-season Friendlies Ahead of Football Resumption

8 September 2020

Kagumori-based football club 3K Fc has released its schedule for planned pre-season friendlies, ahead of the much-awaited football resumption in Kenya. With sporting activities being halted due to COVID-19, the club were crowned champions of Embu County League in season 2018/19,   becoming the first-ever club to set an unbeaten record. Having now been promoted to […]

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Innocent Simiyu Re-appointed as Kenya Rugby 7s Head Coach

8 September 2020

Innocent ‘Namcos’ Simiyu has been re-appointed as Kenya Rugby 7s team head coach, beating off competition from three other contestants after what was termed as an intensive interview process. The announcement was made on September 8, 2020, in a meeting held via zoom. While making the announcement, the Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) revealed that the […]

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Chelsea Agree £100m Deal to Break Club Signing Record

31 August 2020

Havertz has already agreed personal terms on a five-year contract.

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Kadenge Sends Strong Message Ahead of FKF Elections

26 August 2020

Kadenge has called upon the various presidential candidates to put the interests of players on the forefront ahead of their own, if we are ever to see a growth of our football to international levels.

According to Kadenge, the divisions and fiascos currently being witnessed over the elections clearly show that the aspirants have personal interests,  ahead of giving better service to Kenyan football.

Kadenge, who is son to former legendary footballer Joe Kadenge, is also hopeful that he can better things while he takes charge at the Bungoma based club for the next three years, to revamp it to the heights it held in the early 2000s.

Some of the plans he revealed they are putting in place include looking for a sponsor, and setting up a club office, fan base and merchandise shop for selling club apparel.

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Guidelines Released by Sports Ministry for Resumption of Sports in Kenya

24 August 2020

The Sports Ministry led by Cabinet Secretary (CS) Amb. Amina Mohammed on Monday, August 24, 2020, issued out the guidelines which will determine the resumption of the various sports in the country. The guidelines were issued in consideration with the report from the Advisory Committee CS Amina had appointed on July 10, 2020, to draw […]

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Why Man Utd, City, Will Not Play Their Opening EPL Fixtures

20 August 2020

The English Premier League (EPL) has officially released the fixtures for its 2020-2021 season, which will start on September 12, 2020, and end on May 23, 2021. Defending champions Liverpool will begin their campaign against newbies Leeds United, while Chelsea travel to Brighton Hove Albion and Arsenal kick off with a London derby against newly-promoted […]

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New FPL Rules, Player Prices Give Headache to Managers For 2020-2021 Season

19 August 2020

The newly announced Fantasy Premier League (FPL) rules and revealed player prices are giving headache to the over 7 million managers ahead of the new English Premier League (EPL) 2020-2021 season, starting on 12th September 2020. Unlike in the previous season where the game week deadline was an hour before kick-off of the first fixture, […]

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Kenyan International Ayub Timbe Masika Leaves Reading Fc

27 July 2020

Kenyan international attacking midfielder Ayub Timbe Masika has ended his spell with English Football League (EFL) side Reading Fc, barely after 5 months. Timbe made the announcement on Wednesday, through his Twitter account, where he thanked the club, teammates, fans, and staff for the support they gave him while there. “My short journey at reading […]

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