The pursuit for the Football Kenya Federation Premier League title continues on weekend as each club struggle to secure three points. On Saturday, Bandari is set to play Police FC at Mbaraki stadium. The dockers are third in the table with 22 points in eleven appearances. Kariobangi Sharks will welcome Kakamega Homeboyz at Utalii Grounds.
They say football is about talent, and to make it to the biggest stage in Europe a player has to be very talented and skillful.That has also bee the theory in Africa.Also here in Kenya and within East Africa.There are some players however who have made it through by sheer hard work, discipline and dedication.
Kenya Commercial Bank FC Coach Zedekiah Otieno is keen on reuniting with Francis Kahata after coaching him at Gor Mahia during their days at the Green Army. KCB who finished the KPL as the runners up behind champions Tusker FC are interested in signing the former Gor Mahia and Thika United midfielder Francis Kahata who played for Simba SC after leaving the former champions Gor Mahia.
Four football matches were played during the weekend in Kenya's betking premier league. Two games were played on Saturday and the other two on Sunday. Zedekiah Otieno coach KCB PHOTO courtesy On Saturday Kenya Commercial Bank football club played against Sofapaka in a match that Sofapaka won by one goal to nill.
Jacob 'Ghost' Mulee has replaced the former coach Francis Kimanzi. According to Football Kenya Federation(FKF), Kimanzi parted company with the national team alongside Zedekiah Otieno and goalkeeper trainer Webo on Mutual agreement As Harambee Stars is set to face Comoros in the next round of qualifiers scheduled for next month, Jacob Mulee signed a deal to be the Head coach for 3 years in the team . He was officially handed the mandate in the morning of Wednesday 21st October 2020 after the exit of his predecessor
Former Harambee stars creative midfielder Francis Kahata has been clubless since ending his contract with Simba SC of Tanzania .The Kenyan international midfielder was on the verge of joining Gormahia Fc before the deal fell through. Kahata worked with Zedekiah Otieno at Gormahia before moving to KCB. Zedekiah is currently coaching Kenya Commercial Bank who finished second in the Kenya premier league behind league winners Tusker FC.
After failing to win in the last two consercutive matches, defending Kenya Premier League Gor Mahia are now out in the contest to represent Kenya in the CAF Confederations competition. The Green Army narrowly missed out in the continental competition. However Gor Mahia still have the opportunity to win the Primier League Title according to their head coach Vaz Pinto.
On Saturday, the Bankers and Ingwe drew their second top-flight match of the season at Thika Stadium. On Saturday, KCB and AFC Leopards drew a dull 0-0 draw at Thika Stadium in the FKF Premier League. Before the Fifa international break, the Bankers had fallen 2-1 to previous league champions Gor Mahia in their season opener, while Ingwe had scored a morale-boosting 1-0 win against current champions Tusker.
KCB manager Zedekiah Otieno is difficult moment after the side recording a 3-0 loss against Kario Bangi Sharks in Kenyan Premier League!
The Kenya Football Federation has announced the search for Harambee Stars head coach after the Harambee Stars coach Francis Kimanzi resigned. Francis Kimanzi replaced the former Harambee Stars French coach Migne who resigned after leading the team in the AFCON 2019. Francis Kimanzi's last game was a friendly match with Zambia where the Harambee Stars won 2-1 According to the report, Kimanzi's assistant Zedekiah Otieno and goalkeepers trainer Lawrence Webo have also announced their positions vacant. This has
Barely 24 hours after parting ways with Francis Kimanzi, Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has unveiled a new harambee stars coach. The report was confirmed through the Federation's twitter handle, Jacob “Ghost” Mulee has been unveiled as the new Harambee Stars coach after signing a three-year deal. 52-year-old Ghost succeeds Francis Kimanzi, who resigned on Tuesday. He is making a fifth return to the national team after guiding the team to the 2004 Africa Cup of Nations in Tunisia. The assistant coach Mr.
Harambee stars coach, Francis Kimanzi has resigned as the Harambee Stars head coach. The news was confirmed by FKF CEO Mr. Barry Otieno. The assistant coach Mr. Zedekiah Otieno and the goalkeepers trainer, Lawrence Webo have also resigned from the National football team. Francis Kimanzi was appointed the Harambee Stars head coach last year, replacing Sebastien Migne who was sacked after the AFCON 2019. The Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has announced the search for Kimanzi's replacement. Francis Kimanzi last
Football Kenya Federation has issued a Press Statement on resignation of Harambee Stars Head Coach Francis Kimanzi and part of his backroom staff. The football governing body said the staff left by mutual consent. Immediate former Harambee Stars Head Coach Francis Kimanzi. Photo courtesy "Football Kenya Federation has announced the departure of Harambee Stars Head Coach Francis Kimanzi and part of his backroom staff from the national team by mutual consent," the state reads. The federation thanked Kimanzi and
Kenyan National football team coach Francis Kimanzi has exited his position by mutual consent. Football Kenya Federation in a press statement mid morning today, the 20th of October confirmed the departure of Coach Francis Kimanzi and part of his backroom staff. Assistant coach Zedekiah Otieno and goalkeeper Trainer Lawrence Webo have also left. In the statement, the Federation has praised their professionalism, exemplary work and dedication. The federation wishes them well in their future endeavors. It is
RE: Coach Kimanzi Leaves Harambee Stars by Mutual Consent Harambee Stars Head Coach Francis Kimanzi and part of his backroom staff have left the national team by mutual consent. The federation is immensely grateful to Coach Kimanzi and his departing members of Staff that include Assistant Coach Zedekiah Otieno and Goalkeeper Trainer Lawrence Webo for their exemplary work, dedication and unrivalled professionalism, which has strengthened Kenya's chances of qualifying for the AFCON 2022 final tournament. All at
The Football Kenya Federation (FKF), today has announced the departure of Harambee stars Head coach Francis Kimanzi. Kimanzi together with some of his backroom staff have left the National team by mutual consent. The members of staff include the Assistant Coach Zedekiah Otieno and goalkeeper trainer Lawrence Webo. Kimanzi and his team were part of the technical staff that guided the national team to the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, 2020. FKF is grateful for their great work, dedication and professionalism
Francis Kimanzi has left his role as Harambee Stars coach with immediate effect. Football Kenya Federation (FKF) made this announcement on Tuesday. It stated the 45-year old coach and his entire technical bench, consisting assistant coach Zedekiah Otieno and goalkeeping coach Lawrence Webo had left via mutual consent. "The federation is grateful to Kimanzi for his dedication and professionalism, this as we wish them all the best in their endeavours," said the federation in a statement. Harambee Stars Coach
Kimanzi Off Harambee Stars The Kenya football federation has confirmed that the Harambee star's head coach Francis Kimanzi and other backroom staff have left the team by mutual consent. Others who have followed suits include the assistant coach Zedekiah Otieno and Goalkeeper trainer Lawrence Webo. The federation was very grateful for them and wished them best of luck in future endeavors. suspicion has rose on the exit of the trio on mutual consent considering no official communication from the that have been
There seems to be a sombre mood at the national team of Kenya Harambee Stars after their reverred coach Francis Kimanzi leaves the club. This announcement was earlier made today on 20th October, 2020 by the Football Federation of Kenya that Kimanzi has left the club through agreement. The team has lost other two technical team, goal keeping trainer Lawrence Wedo and Zedekiah Otieno the assistant coach. It is not clear on what circumstances made the three to abandon the national team. In a press statement shared
Kenya Commercial Bank coach Zedekiah Otieno alias Zico beat Kariobangi Sharks coach William Muluya to win the December Football Kenya Federation (FKF) coach of the month after impressing in the month seeing his team contend for the Kenya Premier League title. KCB started off their campaign by securing three points and 3-0 win over Posta Rangers before beating City Stars 1-0. The side has defeated Kakamega Homeboyz, Bandari and Wazito garnering the maximum 15 points. Photo: Courtesy. Zico's side has scored