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FKF moots return to football formula with a members meet

Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa has today met a section of football representatives from Western and Nyanza regions in a series of meetings scheduled to discuss a return to football formula. The meetings also served to update the members on the just-published FIFA 2020 Covid-19 protocol, to be implemented when football finally resumes. “This pandemic has grea...

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Kevin Kimani: AFCON Qualification was a big win for Kenya

Harambee Stars midfielder Kevin Kimani has counted the team’s 2019 Africa Cup of nations qualification as one of Football Kenya Federation’s biggest wins. Appearing on a popular online show, Tuchapiane, Kimani further called on FKF to put emphasis on club licensing, to see to it that the standards of the local game have been raised. “Managing to qualify to the 201...

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How coach Ouma is planning for a starlets return

Harambee Starlets players celebrate their qualification to the 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations after their match against Algeria at the MISC Kasarani Football may have been suspended owing to the global Covid-19 pandemic but work has not stopped for Harambee Starlets head coach David Ouma. Starlets were scheduled to face Tanzania in the first round of the 2020 Africa Women Cup of ...

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FKF Nairobi west chairman Caleb Malweyi lauds current regime

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Nairobi West Branch Chairman Caleb Malweyi has lauded the gains made by the current Federation under the leadership of Nick Mwendwa to boost football in the country. Harambee Stars qualified for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations for the first time in 15 years. The team came third in Group C, behind Algeria, and Senegal and ahead of Tanzania. Harambee St...

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coaching courses have impacted football

Former Kenyan International Osborne Monday and former Mathare, Tusker, Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards forward Bonface Alamoro Lijoodi, have expressed their opinions on how the coaching courses offered by the current Federation will impact football in Kenya.   Football Kenya Federation has trained 3000 Coaches at CAF D Level and a further 600 at CAF C Level in the past four years. ...

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FKF has done well under Mwendwa-South Nyanza chairman says

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Nyanza South Branch Chairman Yobes Mose, has vouched for the Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa to take the country's football to the next level in the next four years. Over the last four years the current tenure has brought on boards sponsors for the second tier league, grass-root County leagues and the FKF Cup. This has gone a long wa...

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FKF lauded for empowering coaches

Previous Football Kenya Federation (FKF) administrations have been accused of ignoring former players most of whom fall on hard times after their careers are over. However, the current administration is trying to change the narrative and in the last two years sponsored a number of former internationals to attend Confederation of African Football (CAF) sanctioned courses. It is some...

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Gor Mahia sharpened me for Nkana- Musa

Former Gor Mahia captain Musa Mohammed has admitted that playing for the club prepared him well for his first professional stint with Zambia’s Nkana Red Devils. Mohammed played for the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions for ten years nine of them as captain. “Gor Mahia is a big team with a huge number of fans who are always pushing you to perform better day by day. If you ha...

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AFCON bonuses changed my life- Kahata

Harambee Stars midfielder Francis Kahata has admitted the huge bonus the team received before last year’s Africa Cup of Nations finals in Egypt has made a big difference in their life. Kahata who currently turns out for Tanzanian giants Simba said he put the money to good use in order to secure his future. “It was good money and to be specific it enabled me to do someth...

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FKF Nyanza official commends Mwendwa term

Football Kenya Federation (FKK) Nyanza North branch secretary Dickson Oruko, has expressed his sentiments towards the administration of the current Federation under FKF President Nick Mwendwa. He is a former Kisumu Day student who played for Bayern FC, Timsales and Nairobi Stima and currently a member of the National FKF Referees appointment committee. Oruko has commended the curre...

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