On seventh of this month, Mali hosted Harambee stars for their 2022 Qatar world cup qualification competitions that begun last month. It was the third match for both Kenya and Mali, and also the closing match for the first leg. To the Harambee stars side, it was the first debut for the new coach Enjin Firat.
Harambee stars fans expected something good but things turned different. Mali managed to outfit Harambee stars 5-0, results which did not impress many Harambee stars fans. This lead to mixed reactions among fans, more to the new coach Enjin Firat. Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen also reacted to this results by sending a tough message to Enjin Firat. Murkomen tweeted that, "That Enjin Firat should take a flight from Morocco straight to Istanbul Nkt." As quoted from his tweeter account.
Given that on tenth Harambee stars will be hosting Mali at Kasarani stadium for their first second leg match. Do you think Harambee stars will manage to outfit Mali? Drop your comment in the comment section below.
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