One of the Kenya leading betting company Mozart Bet has come out and confirmed as the official Harambee Stars motivational sponsors of worth 3 million during the World Cup Qualifies . According to FKF President Nick Mwendwa the team has been missing such a great deal to motivate the team.
According Dejan who is Mozart Bet CEO, the two parties have reached the agreement and the company will be available to help the team. Mozart Bet who also sponsor FKF premier league side Kakamega Homeboyz came towards the decision, after FKF President Nick Mwendwa reported that the team needs sponsorship in their journey towards the world Cup Qualifies.
During an interview with the head coach Engin Firat, during the team's training session ahead of second leg at Nyayo Stadium against Mali, the Turkish International explained that his side can do very well at home, due to the motivational they have got from Mozart Bet. Harambee Stars after the drawing against both Rwanda and Uganda, before losing in hands of Mali the team sits on the third place of the table.
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