The Kenyan national team,Harambee stars' poor form continues on a streak as fingers are still pointing out at Nick Mwendwa the FKF president.This is based on allegations of him taking the whole matter as 'personal'.
Again everything gets to worsen with the fact that Kenya seems to fail to qualify for the next World Cup competition.The main reason being,lack of enough managerial quality that has demoralised some of the quality players in the team leading to this disturbing results.
In four matches,Kenya has only managed to secure two points that came as a result of getting into a tight draw with the two neighbours,Rwanda and Uganda and lost 2 matches to the unforgiving Mali in the group stage;5-0 and 1-0 in two consecutive matches.
Although you have to agree that the Mali team comprises of experienced players playing at top leagues.For instance,midfielder Mossa Djenepo(Southampton),two players sharing the same name,Adama Traore(Sheriff Tiraspol and Hatayspor)respectively.
But in our case unfortunately for Kenya all eyes are on outstanding striker Michael Olunga who heavily relies on nice ball supply from the midfield area which is a current problem for coach Firat after the Victor Wanyama retirement.
Finally concerning the poor results displayed by the Harambee Stars,who is to be blamed...the coach or the one who appointed him,Nick Mwendwa?
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