Kimanzi said that Nick Mwandwa's statement is an insult to Kenyan coaches who are working tirelessly to ensure that young talents are natured.
The former head coach added that during his time in Harambee Stars he led a team of talented Kenyans to Egypt where he made Harambee Stars history of a 1-1 draw against Egypt national team who many thought will win the match.
He also added that he used locals players but not foreigners therefore blame games should stop.
Kimanzi stated that the problem with Kenyan Football is elsewhere and should be addressed once and for all.
His statement was a response to FKF president Nick Mwandwa who earlier said that Kenya doesn't have quality players after Harambee Stars lose 0-5 against Mali national team and 1-0 during the return match.
Source: Fred Arocho page
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