Kimanzi praises 'young' Mathare United after win

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The 'slum boys' hard to fight in a 3-2 win with captain George 'Wise' Owino scoring twice and David Owino getting winner

Mathare United coach Francis Kimanzi says the hard fought win over Thika United shows how mature his side is.

The 'slum boys' hard to fight to get maximum points in a 3-2 win with captain George Owino scoring twice and David Owino getting a goal for the 2008 league champions; the visitors scored through Chris Oruchum and Sosthenes Idah.

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The former Harambee Stars has been quoted by the team's portal saying it is a motivation, as his side prepares for a challenging match against league leaders. "This win means a lot and I am impressed by the fighting spirit of the boys because it shows there is growth among the young players. It is the kind of result we needed ahead of our next match against Nzoia."

The 'slum boys' signed 17 new players for the 2017 Kenyan Premier League season.

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