Kenyans hopes of qualifying for the country's first ever world cup campaign in Quatar went up in smoke after the team lost back to back games against Mali.
Currently there seems to be some blame game going on with the FKF chairperson Nick Mwendwa blaming the Kenyan footballers.
According to Mwendwa, the footballer's quality was too low for the country to compete at the world cup.
However, if the latest allegations regarding Nick Mwendwa's latest move are anything to go by, then Kenyan footballers will quickly loose taste in representing the country.
According to popular Radio Jambo sports Journalist Fred Arocho, Football players will allegedly pocket 33 shillings each.
This would act as their price for representing the country, in both qualifiers against Mali.
Fans were shocked to learn of this latest report, given the some of the players such as the ones participating in International Football sacrificed so much to be there. Here are some reactions by Kenyans.
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