Former Harambee Stars coach seeks for financial help

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Shedu requires Sh1.8 million for an operation on his leg, and has organised for a fundraiser on March 2 at Charter Hall in Nairobi

Former Harambee Stars assistant coach Rishadi Shedu is appealing for financial aid to help undergo an operation in India.

Shedu, who has handled several clubs in Kenya among them KCB, Ulinzi Stars and Bandari, requires Sh1.8 million for an operation on his leg, and has organised for a fundraiser on March 2 at Charter Hall in Nairobi.

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““I broke my leg five years while training Bandari and since then I have undergone three operations. But after the operations, my left leg has kept worsening and right now I cannot walk properly,” Shedu told The Standard.

Shedu has asked well-wishers to turn up in large numbers and help him raise the funds.

“Football is the only thing I can do... but if I am unable to walk there is nothing much I can do and so this is a passionate appeal for help to help me get back on my feet,” said Shedu, who now handles Star Soccer Academy.

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