Monday, May 25, 2015

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K'Ogalo paid 'Mama wa K’Ogalo' a courtesy call to express their gratitude following the resilient support her husband former Primi Miniter Raila Odinga

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Coach Robert Matano has demanded his players tom respond positively when they face Mathare United after Saturday's 1-1 draw at Afraha Stadium

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Coach Henry Omino hopeful his team will master new style of play by the time second leg kicks-off and believes they will be a threat to opponents

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Former international infuriated with his side’s failure to hold onto an early lead in a 2-2 draw against struggling Nakuru All Stars at Afraha Stadium

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Zoo Kericho suffered second defeat of the season to Kariobangi Sharks as Shabana FC continued with their fine run in the FKF Premier League

Sunday, May 24, 2015

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Rift Valley Football Kenya Federation branches have endorsed Sam Nyamweya to still run for federations’ top seat in upcoming elections

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Muhoroni coach Francis Baraza hits out at referees for making decisions in favour of the Kenyan Premier League champions after Sunday defeat

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Batoto ba Mungu continued their dominance over brewers as goals from John Baraza and Maurice Odipo earned them maximum points away

Saturday, May 23, 2015

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Victor Ochieng' came on as a second half substitute to notch two goals in a span of one minute and end Ingwe's winning run at Moi Stadium in Kisumu

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The sugar millers have vowed to end K'Ogalo's unbeaten record in Kenyan Premier League when the two sides clash at Moi Stadium in Kisumu

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Dockers keeper keen on inflicting defeat on ‘Slum Boy’s at the same time earn revenge for last season’s defeat in the hands of Stanley Okumbi’s men

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Tax men skipper brushes aside claims that the team will underrate their opponents and promises fans good results in aSunday afternoon clash

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Ugandan defender could be on his way out of K’Ogalo after he was omitted from traveling squad that will face Muhoroni Youth in Kisumu on Sunday

Friday, May 22, 2015

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AFC Leopards have finally travelled to Kisumu after Westlands MP dished out Sh200, 000 to rescue the team as management again failed to show up