This morning, Kenyans are a furious lot after our poor performance against Mali in our first game yesterday. Kenya produced an awful poor performance that saw it loose a whooping 4-0 against Mali. All the blame has since been directed to Kenya Football Federation President Nick Mwendwa.
Mwendwa is blamed for handling Harambee stars as a personal entity by hiring poorly rated managers. Mwendwa hired the former Moldova coach as sources indicate on a two months Contract. The former Moldova coach left the team with a poor performance after losing all the games there. Mwendwa however, hired him even with the poor state.
Kenyans on Twitter have stirred up and are now mounting pressure on Mwendwa to vacate the office marred with inadequacy and inefficiency.
Fred Omondi: Nick Mwendwa appointed Engin Firat to coach Harambee Stars on a two-month contract. Firat was previously coach of Moldova, where he won 0 matches. Moldova is 75 places below Kenya in FIFA rankings. We need to start asking whether Nick is just laundering money with FKF.
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