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Kenya Drops In Latest World FIFA Rankings

Kenya has dropped from the first time since March, this time falling an immense ten places. Harambee Stars, who were position 74 in June have now settled for position 84  in the latest World FIFA…


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I Gave My Best,I Have No Regrets: The Story Of Antony Kimani

Leader. Inspirational. Eloquent. Those are just some of the few adjectives that describe Antony Kimani. One of the finest talents to come through the Mathare United ranks, Kimani has seen it all. His experience both at national level has earned him lots of admirers. His meteoric rise was halted by an injury and this forced him into the business world and TV punditry. After several years both in business and on the screens, Kenyanstar caught up with the well-spoken retired defender to speak about his journey.


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Wanyama: We Still Need The Fans To Rally Behind Us

Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama is hopeful that they can still bounce back from their disappointing loss and qualify for the 2019 African Cup of Nations. Stars jetted into the country on Tuesday morning from Sierra Leone where they lost 2-1 to the home team.


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Okumbi Justifies His Decision To Start Masoud Juma

Harambee Stars head coach Stanley Okumbi is optimistic that Kenya can still qualify for the 2019 African Cup of Nations despite their poor start. Stars lost their first match of the campaign on Saturday 10June, going down 2-1 to Sierra Leone which partly dented their hopes of reaching the finals of the continental championship.


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Stars’ 2019 AFCON Quest Begins

Harambee Stars’ aspirations of participating in the 2019 African Cup of Nations begins on Saturday at the Siaka Stevens Stadium from 19:30, and the results of their first match will go a long way in…


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Okumbi Names Final Squad For Sierra Leone Clash

Harambee Stars head coach Stanley revealed the final 20-man squad that will travel to Sierra Leone for Saturday’s African Cup of Nations qualifier. Speaking in Machakos on Wednesday, Okumbi revealed that Zesco United striker Jesse…


The Magical Hands Of Matthew Ottamax

Matthew Owino Ottamax is one of the best goalkeepers to grace Kenyan soccer. His antics and reflexes between the goalposts while making crucial saves during his prime time while playing were the best memorable moments every soccer fan would cherish. Ottamax was also known for effectively commanding his defenders while in goal.



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Nothing Is Impossible – Samuel Onyango

His name stood out boldly on the Harambee Stars starting lineup raising silent murmurs and grumbles among Harambee Stars fans. He certainly was a new and largely unknown figure in the Kenyan football circles.