Monday, May 4, 2015

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Coach Mike Mururi insists that the sugar millers will soon realize their lost form and start winning matches after a rather poor start in 2015 season

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Referee George Mwani reveals to Goal that Gor Mahia won fairly against the soldiers and dismisses claims that he refused to award two penalties

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...as Talanta FC suffers sixth defeat in a row and Kisii's Shabana return to winning ways over Modern Coast in tenth round of FKF Premier League

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Goal can reveal that referee George Mwai confessed to Ulinzi players that he could not award penalties against Gor Mahia because of his safety

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Birthday boy Michael Khamati was instrumental for Ingwe as he notched a double to help claw Sony and put a smile back on club die-hard after wobble start

Sunday, May 3, 2015

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Power men tactician Henry Omino impressed with victory over the Dockers in a top league match but accuses visitors for deploying time wasting tactics

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Former Tusker custodian praises his team mates for keeping their cool so far in the league and insists they can win another title unbeaten this season

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The tactician blames the administration for assigning incompetent referees in the top tier and hits out on officiating during his side’s defeat to the power men

Saturday, May 2, 2015

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A brace from Jesse Were and Clifford Alwanga’s strike ensured that the brewers’ maintained their winning run after a rather bad start to the season

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Ingwe skipper impressed with massing victory against sugar millers and looks forward to build from the same when they face Bandari in next tie

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Sony Sugar custodian Lucas Indeche embarrassed following a massive rout by a rejuvenated Ingwe side in a top tier match played on Labour Day

Friday, May 1, 2015

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Ingwe recovered from back-to-back defeats with a top class display against sugar millers that helped put a smile back on their fans at Nyayo Stadium

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Tax men defender Erick Masika sings praise of head coach Ken Kenyatta as he aims to help his new side achieve set objectives this season

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Western Stima head coach believes the two sides will play an entertaining match dictated with the tiki-taka style of play they have both adapted