Kenya Harambee Stars merciless lost against Mali yesterday in World Cup qualifiers group match. Harambee Stars former head coach Jacob Mulee has reacted on Kenya performance that followed to 5-0 defeat by Mali. This kind of defeat has not happened in recent time since 2006 when kenya lost 5-1 to the same Mali in World Cup qualifiers group match.
Harambee stars started their campaign towards the 2022 Qatar world cup competitions last month. They started with a good impression after posting good results. In their first match against Uganda cranes, they managed to hold a draw of 0-0. In their second match, they again managed to hold a draw of 1-1 against Rwanda at Kigali.
Football journalist Fred Arocho has pre-empted frustration and other recent developments at Harambee Stars as the reason why Wanyama might have resigned from International duties.Fred Arocho wrote, Thanks Victor Wanyama.Hii haiwesmake. In short was was thanking Victor Wanyama for retiring from International duties. The "hii" here is possibly the conditions that have become tough at Harambee Stars.
On seventh this month, Mali will be hosting Harambee stars for their 2022 Qatar world cup qualification competitions and on tenth of this month, Harambee stars will be hosting Mali for their back to back match at Kasarani. So far so good, the two teams are at a good position as Mali are leading with four points followed by Harambee stars with two points, Uganda cranes with two points, and at the forth position is Rwanda with one point.
The hopes of many Kenyans were quickly swept away as Kenya registered another poor first-half performance that saw the team go down two goals within the opening 15 minutes before conceding a third In the 30th minute. In the first half, Kenya was beaten 4 goals to nill with the first one being scored by Adama Traore at the 8th minute, the second, third and fourth goals were scored by Ibrahima Kone at the 22nd, 36th and 45th minute's respectively and this was a clear hatrick for Ibrahima Kone.
Recently, the Football Kenya Federation announced the resignation of Jacob Mulee as Harambee stars head coach. The news shocked many Harambee stars fans but they had to accept the situation. Mulee led the team in 16 matches where he won eight, drew six and lost only two matches.
DP William Ruto was moved by the story of an ailing Kiambu widow who could not take care of her children and who were thus taken to an orphanage. He promised that he will donate KSh 1 million to the woman so that she can get a place she can settle with her children.
Harambee stars started their Qatar world cup qualification competitions in a higher notch by playing two matches while posting good results. This impressed many football fans as they believe that, if the trend is going to continue, chances of them playing in the coming world cup competitions is very high.
Engin Firat, who is a new Harambee Stars head coach replaced Jacob Mulee has given Kenyans message of hope ahead of his first match as Harambee Stars coach. Firat will manage his first game as Kenya Harambee Stars coach on Thursday against Mali in FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
The state of confusion is now being felt in the Kenya football club commonly known as Harambee Stars following the announcement made by the Kenya Football Federation that the head couch Jacob Mulee has parted ways with his colleagues. The decision made by the former Radio Jambo presenter Jacob Mulee to quit from his job could be a huge blow not only to the football club but also to the entire fans of Harambee Stars.
Ghost mule Former Harambe Stars head coach Jacob Mulee has explained for the first time why he stepped down. Speaking on Radio Jambo on Thursday, Mulee said his brother's illness was the main reason he quit. He added that since returning from India, his brother's health had not improved.
This week we saw Jacod Mulee parting ways with Kenya Football federation for what they termed as reaching an agreement. Jacob together with is assistant were fired from couching the national team and Today the the Fkf has found their replacement whose a Turkish national with the experience of couching.
Harambee stars head coach Jacob "Ghost" Mulee has resigned his duties from the national team. This happens after he has served for a short period. The coach and a renowned radio veteran at radio Africa has quit willingly. The herein decision leaves the team with assistant coaches Ken Odhiambo and Willian Muluya as the acting coaches.
Yesterday night, Harambee stars head coach Jacob Mulee resigned as the teams coach, a thing that surprised many. At this time, Harambee stars fans were vividly waiting to see if Mulee could manage to take the team for the world cup competitions that will be held at Qatar next year, as he earlier said he want to be the first coach to take the team to those competitions.
National team head coach Jacob Ghost Mulee and his entire technical team have parted ways with Harambee Stars on mutual consent. In an official statement on Wednesday evening, FKF revealed the veteran coach has left his position by 'mutual consent. Mulee was named as the team’s head coach for the twelfth time on October 20, 2020, replacing his predecessor Francis Kimanzi.
Jacob Mulee, nicknamed Ghost, is a Kenyan association football coach who serves as manager of the Kenyan national team. He also works as a radio host for Radio Jambo. Being the head coach, he is responsible for the team's endeavors as he must be on his toes to make sure everything runs smoothly.
Jacob Mulee was signed and announced as the Harambee Stars coach 20th October last year. Mulee has been having a hard time to get results at home. During the FIFA world Cup Qualifies, Mulee drew at home with Egypt and also went drawing with Rwanda both home and away.
Harambee Stars coach Jacob Ghost Mulee, assistant coach Twahidir Muhudin and goalkeeping coach Hagai Azande have decided to part way with Harambee Stars team. Jacob Ghost Mulee has revealed that he has decided to take this action simply because he is facing a lot of pressure from different people and that is what has cost the Kenyan team to post bad results.
Kenya Harambee Stars head coach Jacob Mulee parting ways with football kenya federation as a coach by mutual consent has stormed reactions to netzens reacting on the decision of Football Kenya Federation. Kenyans took it as direct sacking from the Football Kenya Federation. However, this was not the case as an agreement was reached between Mulee's coaching team and Football Kenya Federation according to FKF reports.
Jacob Mulee, commonly known by his stage Ghost, is a Kenyan association football coach who serves as manager of the Kenyan national team Harambee stars. He is currently 53 years old born in the year 1968 and he also works as a radio host for Radio Jambo.