The Kenyan sports industry has been neglected by stakeholders in the country for a very long time. This has seen talent in the country go to waste in enormous levels. Very few of those who get to exploit their talents manage to live up to their potential due to poor levels of support and facilitation in the industry. It is such a sorry state of affairs that has led to a lot of cases of broken dreams and high levels of youth unemployment that is accompanied with poverty.
Mohamed Kheri is a re known figure the coastal wide just as much the Indian Ocean depth. The West Germany trained coach has had the most difficult task handling the national team in his numerous stints.
An in-form Afc Leopards took to the stage to face their bitter rivals Gor Mahia in what was to be a first leg encounter every football fan in this great country waited for with abated breath. AFC were looking forward to maintaining their unbeaten record this season whereas Gor Mahia were seeking redemption after faltering at the start of the season and beating AFC would be a huge relief for both the fans and players alike.
John Aggrey On my third ever post for Kenyanstar, I thought giving you some little history on the Kenyan Premier League would be worthwhile. As you would come to learn, each team has a history,…