Kenya Premier League

Friday, July 4, 2014

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Goals from Kepha Aswani and Shaban Kenga help visiting Bandari to pick maximum points away and handed Chemelil Sugar their first home defeat

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After failing to get past Western Stima on Wednesday, AFC Leopards’ return to action on Saturday against Ulinzi Stars in a KPL league match at Afraha

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Tusker management have defended head coach Francis Kimanzi over allegations that he attacked centre referee during Wednesday league match

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With national finals edging ever closer, July will be a busy month for the teams who will fight for the 8 slots available for the national finals spectacle

Thursday, July 3, 2014

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Mieno was signed from Sofapaka for a record Sh1.2million fee two weeks ago and points out that being at AFC Leopards’ is a whole new challenge for him

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Coach Pieter De Jong accuses referee David Mulongo for biased officiating as Western Stima's Henry Omino praises his charges for containing Ingwe

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

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AFC Leopards had their first chance to score in the ninth minute but Charles Okwemba was denied by Stephen Odhiambo in the Western Stima goal

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Former Kenyan Premier League champions Tusker FC team manager Willies Waliaula has resigned citing frustrations from club management

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Top Fry had taken the lead at the stroke of half-time through captain Peter Nganga and were destined for victory, until Ismail Dunga came off the bench

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Sofapaka chairman Elly Kalekwa has revealed they could not hold onto veteran goalkeeper Duncun Ochieng after he was given a better offer by Tusker

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Bankers' tactician Rishadi Shedu reveals to Goal that the top striker has penned a six month extension at club ahead of second leg kick-off

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K'Ogalo secretary Charles Omondi has revealed that Rama Salim and Jared Obwoge are among players released following closer of mid-season transfer

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

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Federation warns top local coaches that they will not be allowed to handle any premier league side from next June unless they have Caf ‘A’ license