Harambee Stars have registered worst results in the competition of qualifying to 2022 World cup games this is after a 4-0 defeat in the first 45 minutes against Mali of west Africa.
Adama Traore of Wolverhampton opened the score sheet after which Ibrahima Kona banged a hat trick in less than 25 minutes that marked a 4-0 loss in the First half.
After the humiliation in the first half Kenyans have shown their dissatisfaction on the FKF president Nick Mwendwa over the action of terminating Jacob Ghost Mulee's contract as head coach of the Stars who was replaced by former Moldavia national soccer team head coach First Engen.
The Harambee Stars now have very low chances of qualifying to the World cup games giving Uganda and Mali high hopes of qualifying from the pool.
Below are some of the reactions from angry Kenyans.
Muturi Ciande said, "4:0 first half, Nick mwndwa should leave us in peace now even with Ghost we wouldn't lose with this margin."
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