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.
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.
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.
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.
Some weeks ago, Kenyan international goalkeeper was involved in a road accident. The unfortunate incident happened as the player was traveling with his family after a short holiday. He had gone home after a long season with his Ethiopian club Saint George. The accident left the occupants of the vehicle injured, Matasi was in the company of his wife and son.
Harambee Stars goalkeeper Patrick Matasi has broken his silence days after being involved in a grisly car accident. Matasi is still admitted at Kakamega County and General Hospital (KCGH) where he is still receiving treatment and recuperating well. He, however, might spend more days at the facility as doctors advised the family to let him extend his stay there for further monitoring.
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.
Harambee stars first goal keeper Patrick Matasi was involved in an accident. Reports emerged that he is alive but he got some serious injuries. He is undergoing medication in Nairobi Hospital. Harambee stars fans and all football fans were deeply hutted by his situation as he is expected to uplift the name of Harambee stars in the coming Qatar qualification competition that is yet to begin.
Patrick Matasi Pens An Emotional Message After Michael Olunga Assisted In Clearing His Medical Bills
Kenyan International goalkeeper Patrick Matasi has appreciated Michael Olunga for coming to offer him a hand in paying his medical bills at the Kakamega Referral Hospital where he had been receiving treatment after he got involved in a grisy accident. Image courtesy: Patrick Matasi. In a statement on twitter, the Harambee stars goalkeeper expressed his happiness saying that he is overwhelmed with the gratitude from Michael Olunga foundation in collaboration with Odi Mtaani showed him in clearing his medical bills.
The Kenyan footballer Engineer Michael Olunga has done unforgettable act when his foundation in partnership with the odibet visited Kakamega hospital and cleared the bill for for the patients. Engineer Olunga stormed the hospital for to help clear the hospital bill for the Harambee stars goalkeeper Patrick Matasi. Matasi and the family got an accident very few weeks ago along Kapsabet to Nakuru road.
Patrick Matasi at Kakamega general with the family. The Harambee stars football team goalkeeper Patrick Matasi has a reason to give a face of a smile after Michael Olunga the team’s striker in partnership with a football organization in the country walked to the Kakamega general hospital fully prepared and cleared the hospital bill of Ksh 480,000 that was being demanded from him.
Kenyan on social media have applaused Harambee stars striker Michael Ogada Olunga, for his good heart and showing mercy to his former teammate and Harambee stars goalkeeper Patrick Matasi. Patrick matasi had been held at Kakamega referral hospital for failing to clear his medical bill which was about 429,000 kenyan shillings.
Kenyan International goalkeeper Patrick Matasi is currently admitted to Kakamega County and General Hospital (KCGH) together with some other family members. This is after he and his family were involved in a car accident on Tuesday while traveling from Kakamega to Nairobi. Patrick Matasi has now appealed to Kenyans and top Kenyan leaders including President Uhuru Kenyatta to help him settle his medical bill and that of his family.
Harambee Stars Goalkeeper Patrick Matasi can now have a smile following the unexpected move made by his teammate and Al Duhail striker Michael Olunga today. Matasi who got involved in a terrible accident couple of weeks ago together with his family members has been taking some treatment at Kakamega Referral Hospital.
Photo courtesy Harambee Stars striker Michael Olunga and Odibets on Thursday came to the rescue of Kenyan International Goalkeeper Patrick Matasi and his family, by clearing their medical bills at Kakamega County General Teaching and Referral Hospital. Matasi and four other family members, who include his wife and son, were involved in a gruesome road accident on June 1 at Lessons area,along Nakuru - Kapsabet highway while returning to Nairobi from Kakamega whereby they had attended their grandmother's burial.
Thursday 24th was a happy day for Harambee Stars and Ethiopian top tier side ST George FC goalkeeper Patrick Matasi after his hospital bill was cleared.Matasi alongside his wife and son had been involved in a car accident along Eldoret road were they got minor injuries together with his wife as their son suffered major injuries which called for a surgery.
Giving back to a society that made you is worth it. Michael OlungaOgada an Harambe star's international player has surprised many by this gesture. Michael Olunga, a striker for the Harambee Stars and Qatari club Al-Duhail, paid for Kenyan international goalie Patrick Matasi's medical fees.
Kenyan international goalkeeper Patrick Matasi could spend a few more days in the hospital as written by the doctors. Mr Matasi, who plays for St. George in Ethiopia is responding well at Kakamega County and General Hospital (KCGH) but doctors at the hospital more days of urged for the star keeper.
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.