Harambee stars starlets have impressed all football fans by recording a big win today. The team was playing against South Sudan today at Nyayo stadium, as they continue fighting to secure a chance in the coming world cup competitions. Following football reports, the team has never qualified for this competitions, and they are doing what they can to secure this chance.
The team managed to outfit South Sudan 4-0, a win that has made them increase chances to play in coming world cup competitions. Football reports indicates that, in their last matches, they lost two of them against Uganda cranes starlets in their back to back matches.
They are still waiting more matches and we hope that, if they will continue with the same spirit, they will qualify for those competitions. All football fans are expecting the team to perform well than today's match as the team is so strong and has the potential of doing it. Drop your comment in the comment box below.
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