Bad news to all Kenyans football fans this is because according to journalist Kelvin Teya is that Harambee Stars is set to miss African cup of nations qualifies. Kenya which was placed in group C together with Cameroon, Namibia and Burundi now the pool will remain with three teams if Kenya is kicked out.
This might be a big blow to both Harambee Stars supporters and footballers from Kenya this is because their is to play for national team. The main reason for Harambee Stars to be kicked out of African cup of nations qualifies is that the government failed to meet CAF obligations they had early agreed. Let us wait and see how long will CAF ban Harambee Stars from participating in international matches and also friendly matches.
This issue will make most of talented players to loose hope in their football career since most of them work hard to join national team so that they can attract more clubs abroad. What are your thoughts about this matter.
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