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Former Thika United and KCB Assistant Coach Lauds the current FKF efforts in training Coaches and increased capacity building



Former Thika United and KCB Assistant Coach Moses Irungu has expressed his sentiments on the coaching courses being offered by the Football Kenya Federation.

The current Federation has in the past four years trained over 2800 coaches in the Basic/Advanced (CAF D License) Level and a further 400 coaches in the CAF C Level.

The courses are offered free of charge across all the 20 FKF Branches, going a long way in not only building capacity in our grassroots coaches but also bridging an education gap that had denied local coaches job opportunities both at home and abroad.

Most recently, the Federation in conjunction with FIFA, actualized a first of its kind instructors’ course in the country which saw 60 Instructors get certified by FKF

“The coaching courses being offered by the current regime is a big plus to football, in that the players are being trained by more experienced coaches hence great improvement in the standards of football in the country,”said Moses Irungu

He further urged former football players to take up the coaching courses to increase their knowledge in football so as to build football in the country.

“I would like to urge former footballers to come forward and take up coaching courses to up their knowledge and use it to build football in the country,”continued Coach Irungu.

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[Ghana] Kotoko  Should  Be Run  Professionally




I am coming to Kotoko to help run the club Professionally ,not sidelining the supporters.

I will make sure we have a day with the fans,to make them feel part of the club.

We will share ideas with them,solicit advice from them on all policies.

Kotoko should not be run by one man,all financial burden on a person but it should not be so,all hands should be on deck.

Martin  Osei  Kwaku  Kotoko  Board  Member  told Ghana- Kumasi Base Radio Station  Oyerepa  FM

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Former Kenya’s football Captain Musa Otieno Contracts Coronavirus




Former Kenya’s national football team Harambee Stars captain Musa Otieno has been admitted at Mbagathi Hospital in Nairobi after testing positive for COVID-19.

According to doctors at the facility, is that Otieno is stable and recovering after testing positive for Coronavirus.

 Otieno formerly of AFC Leopards and South African side Sanlam Santos developed a fever last week and was rushed to hospital on Friday, June 26th, 2020, after complaining of breathing difficulties.

The former national team captain was then taken to the Mbagathi Hospital where he was admitted and stabilized after being put on oxygen.

He is currently admitted at the infectious disease unit.

Otieno has been at the forefront in distributing foodstuff to the vulnerable in Maringo , the area where he grew up through his Kick off to Hope organization.

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa led a host of persons wishing for his quick recovery on Tuesday.

Our legend and former captain Musa Otieno recieved a positive Covid-19 result. Join us in wishing him a quick recovery. #StaySafe— Harambee Stars (@harambee__stars) June 30, 2020.

Health officials will now begin tracing of Otieno’s contacts over the last two weeks.

Otieno is regarded as one of the most successful, talented and disciplined players of his generation.

An accomplished and giant central defender, he featured for AFC Leopards and Tusker FC in the Kenyan Premier League, before moving to Santos FC in South Africa where he spent a decade, including a short stint in the USA.

He also captained Harambee Stars at the 2004 Africa Cup of Nations.

Upon retirement, Otieno worked under coaches Bobby Williamson and Stanley Okumbi as Harambee Stars assistant coach and also worked as a TV pundit.

He currently manages a football academy in Nairobi’s Eastlands area and has been key in distributing relief food to the needy during the Covid-19.

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Caleb Malweyi Lauds current Football Kenya Federation led by Nick Mwendwa for improving the standard of football in Kenya



FKF Nairobi West Branch Chairman Caleb Malweyi has lauded the gains made by the current Federation under the leadership of Nick Mwendwa to boost football in the country.

Harambee Stars qualified for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations for the first time in 15 years. The team came third in Group C, behind Algeria, and Senegal and ahead of Tanzania.

Harambee Starlets made their debut in the 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations after the current tenure re-introduced the FKF Women Premier League and Division One Leagues which gave life to the then dying senior women’s national team.

The team also closed the year 2019 as champions of the CECAFA Women Championships in Tanzania for the first time ever.

The current regime actualized the inconceivable idea of having a junior national team and developed the National Center of Excellence that harbors the team and helps nurture the young players who will then be pooled to the National Senior team, Harambee Stars.

“We have made gains in women football, and youth football under the able leadership of Nick Mwendwa. We want to build on these gains in the coming four years,”said Chairman Malweyi.

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