Kenya Harambee Stars was demolished 5-0 by Mali a thing that left many Kenyans fans frustrated. This happened under new manager Ferat who replaced Ghost Mulee that resigned. However, emerging details reveal that Coach Ferat didn't play any role in selecting the squat but the KFF boss Nick Mwendwa.
According to a renown Blogger Abraham Mutai Nick Mwendwa personally named the first 11 Harambee Stars squad, he adds that out of the 11 players six are from a team that he owns, that is Kariubangi SharksMutai feels it wasn't Kenya Harambee Stars that was playing against the West African giant but Kariubangi. The demolishing wasn't the first from the West African team as Morocco has ever demolished Kenya in a similar goals margin in Afcon.
This comes amid wrangles within the federation with some quotas feeling that kenyans football problems should be blamed from the federation and Nick Mwendwa. Though the coach apologised to kenyans for the defeat Mutai feels that he had nothing to do since he wasn't given an opportunity to select a good squad.
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