Good morning and welcome to my daily sports updates.Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news.Welcome Police FC have been looking for the signature of veteran goal keeper Patrick Matasi who is currently in the books of Tusker FC.The former Harambee Stars and St George shot stopper has been promised a permanent job when he joins Police FC, a move that has seen him force his way out of the league winners.
With the summer transfer window on across different parts of the world, footballers have been on the move over the past few months.In Europe, football clubs pay huge sums of money for players a thing which seems to be different back here in Kenya.Latest updates indicate that Kenyan outfits Police FC have offered their league counterparts Tusker FC Ksh 200,000(1600USD) for their first choice goalkeeper Patrick Matasi who doubles up as the Kenya national team goalkeeper.According to Tusker FC's management, this amount is too low for the player who they term as the best goalkeeper in the East African Region.
In a surtaday evening interview with Milele FM Kenyan international and Tusker FC goal keeper Patrick Matasi played guest in entertaining show that was hosted by Kenyan renown football journalist and enthusiast Kakazema. The interactive podcast entailed the KPL winner giving an overview of his career his sentiments on the completed season and the state of preparedness in regards to what is in waiting on his football career.
Harambee stars defender Eric Marcelo Ouma has been the talk of town recently. The player who scored for his Swedish club last weekend has been the most impressive player in the National team set up alongside Michael Olunga. Olunga yesterday scored an amazing 5 goals after being introduced in the second half of the game.
Police FC set to rob Tusker with tactician as he says he does not receive enough respect at the side
Good evening and welcome to my daily sports updates.Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news.Welcome. According to sports journalist Kevin Teya, Robert Matano won his fourth trophy for Tusker FC in the Kenya premier league today.Matano did his magic to see the champions retain their league title, with his goalkeeper Patrick Matasi doing an amazing job since rejoining the side from Ethiopian giants St Georges.
Harambee stars striker Michael Olunga is currently in the country after ending his season in Qatar on a high. The striker has been holidaying in the country for some weeks now. He was able to host his yearly tournament at Babadog grounds where several teams participated. The player who has partnered with oddibets company to promote talents and also help the less privillaged inthe society has done everyone proud.
Some weeks ago Kenyan international goalkeeper Patrick Matasi was involved in an accident. The unfortunate incident left the player and his family injured, they were rushed to hospital where Matasi was treated and released. His wife and son had to be admitted for further treatment. Since the hospital bills had accrued, the family had to cover the huge bill that had accumulated and that would prove challenging for Matasi and his wife.
Harambee stars striker Michael Olunga is a man with a good heart. One week ago, the football player came into partnership with Odd bet to pay for the medical bills of his national teammate Patrick Matasi. The humble football striker has been encouraging young players in the country through his tournament dubbed Michael Olunga tournament in Babadog .The celebrated striker has been doing multiple projects that he believes will help young Kenyans.
Good evening and welcome to my daily sports updates.Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news.Welcome. Today I will look at some of the Kenyan players who extended their hands towards helping their national team teammates. With big names emerging on my list.
Harambee stars Goalkeeper Patrick Matasi has been on the news for the last 3 months. This is after he unfortunately gor involved in nasty road accident that left him and his family injured. The former Posta Rangers shot stopper recovered in time and resumed his personal training. The 33 year old has been playing his career in Ethiopia after leaving Kenyan in 2018.
A school girl by the name Matasi of St Teresa primary school in Lukuyani village in Kakamega county meet her untimely death on Tuesday morning as she was heading to school. Cynthia Matasi was with her father, Boniface Kaikai at the time of incident, at around 7.30am in Chemororoch on Kitale-Eldoret road.
Patrick Matasi is a renown Kenyan Footballer, who has participated with big clubs in Kenyan Premier League and even professional football abroad. According to his statement on Facebook page while celebrating his birthday, Matasi expressed how he suffered an accident that that almost took his life and that of his loved ones.
Good evening and welcome to my daily sports updates.Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news.Welcome. Patrick Matasi has been outstanding for Tusker FC since breaking into the first eleven. The former St George shot stopper has produced four clean sheets consecutively,the latest being against Ulinzi Stars.Matasi has been integral for the side with the captain armband adding him some courage.
Kenyan international Goalkeeper Patrick Matasi is Expected to travel to Europe this is after two teams showed interest in landing the super keeper. French league 2 side Dunkerque and Clyde Fc from Scotland Championship. This means that the Kenyan International will part ways with Ethiopian Giants St George's Fc once his contract expires in October.
Harambee Stars custodian and former St Georges goalie Patrick Matasi set the records clear during an interview with Radio Jambo presenter Fred Arocho. Matasi who got a nasty injury from a road accident opened up about how he survived the accident and also talked about the Harambee Stars squad ahead of World Cup qualifiers.
Twelve times FKFPL champions and defending champions Tusker FC moved to the third spot over the weekend after extending their perfect run. Tusker FC custodian Patrick Matasi has attributed the good run that the Brewers are enjoying at the moment to compactness within the side and their resolution to avoid conceding.
Harambee Stars goalkeeper Patrick Matasi. Image courtesy of Patrick Matasi on Facebook National soccer team Harambee Stars goalkeeper Patrick Matasi has joined Premier League champions Tusker football club. Matasi revealed the move on Saturday morning through his social media platform. “New home,” he captioned a picture of his in Tusker FC labeled t-shirt.
Football in Africa has been growing and the presence of a continental tournament the CAF Champions league. Kenya has been having one representative for the recent past and this time round it is Tusker FC. They won the Kenyan Premier League title last season. Tusker emerged winners after an impressive season that also turned out as a blessing for its players.
Residents of Cheptulon area, Marakwet East Sub county in Elgeiyo Marakwet county are in a great shock as a middle-aged man is found dead in Cheptulon forest. While confirming the incident Marakwet West sub county OCPD John Matasi said he was notified yester evening by Salome Kisang that a body of a middle-aged man has been found in Cheptulon forest, where officers from Kapsowar DCI office rushed to the scene and confirmed the incident.
Kenyan football heading to another level as another player is linked to French league two side Dunkerque FC. Patrick Matasi is a Kenyan goalkeeper who plays his football in Ethiopia with Saint Georges. The shot stopper joined Ethiopian side after having an excellent performance with the national team Harambee Stars in the Africa cup of nations.