Kenya

Thursday, July 2, 2015

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Boost for Harambee Stars coach Bobby Williamson as Gor Mahia’s new signing Paul Were cleared to face Ethiopia in second leg of Chan qualifiers

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Ingwe's new chairman Walter Onyino believes meeting opposing boss Mathews Opwora will go a long way in helping re brand club's soiled image

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Goal can reveal that Ugandan defender cost Batoto ba Mungu Sh2.3m to switch from Tanzanian giants Simba SC during June transfer window

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The sponsorship will go into the team’s preparations for Africa Cup of Nations and Chan qualifiers with StarTimes set to broadcast their matches

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After a challenging first half, City Stars chairman Jabuya is optimistic the team will rise to the occasion and finish amongst top ten teams

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K'Ogalo managed only two points in last year’s Kagame Cup, however, this time round, they appear invincible and are ready to conquer the region

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

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Goal can report that K'Ogalo could end up not using services of speedy winger Were despite making a late signing of the ex-AFC Leopards ace

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The lanky striker has returned to The Bankers for a second spell after top side Simba SC agreed to continue loaning him out until September

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K'Ogalo come from a goal down to hold Kenya's Harambee Stars to a one all draw in a friendly played at Nyayo Stadium and keep unbeaten record

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K’Ogalo suffered the ignominy of being tossed out at the Group stages last term without winning a single match under then coach Bobby Williamson

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Ingwe were keen to add star Rama Salim, Bernard Ongoma, Moses ‘Dube’ Odhiambo and striker Dan Sserunkuma to their ranks but failed in last day

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After completing the signings of eight players to replace thirteen who left, TM Xavier has expressed optimism that the team will compete for the title

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Former secretary general throws his weight behind installed interim office at ‘the Den’ and accepts the new role of committee member at the club

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

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Ingwe move to beat June transfer window after mass exodus of players by signing ex-Gor Mahia player Solomon Nasio and close in on Rama Salim

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The elections were held on Tuesday during club’s Annual General Meeting with Onyino's team set to lead the troubled club until end of December

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Brewers raid Ingwe Den to acquire services of Burundian Emmanuel Ngama, Noah Wafula and Abdallah Juma, hours before transfer window closes

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Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has thanked God for saving Allan Wanga and his family following an accident, and also wished the striker luck in South Africa

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The victors dominated proceedings from onset and benefited with a double from Evans Kerosi and a goal apiece from Mzalim Ali and Mbarak Islam

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The on loan midfielder upset with heavy defeat against Gor Mahia last Saturday but optimistic the sugar millers will recover against Sofapaka