In Summary
  • Harambee Stars always come into focus since they are the team all of us must support and we have no other alternative unless we are all deported.
  • I know very patriotic Kenyans who cannot bear to watch Harambee Stars matches since it fills them with unnecessary indignation and irrational fear.
  • They would rather tune in to something else and get results later for fear of heart attack.

Harambee Stars always come into focus since they are the team all of us must support and we have no other alternative unless we are all deported.

I know very patriotic Kenyans who cannot bear to watch Harambee Stars matches since it fills them with unnecessary indignation and irrational fear.

They would rather tune in to something else and get results later for fear of heart attack.

They have no faith at all in the team but when the Stars win a match they really get happy.

That feeling is understandable because of the way the team is managed. Any little good that comes from that team must be applauded with all the hot claps we can manage.

Indeed, the news that the new manger Belgian Paul Put is lining up some friendlies for the team in preparation for the Afcon qualifiers is very welcome and sweet smelling to us.

The Fifa calendar allows for that but the issue has always been sluggishness from the gods of football in the country.

The two friendlies are hinted to take place in March this year and the tactician was quoted saying: “We want to play two matches in March during the Fifa dates so we have a confirmation to play Cameroon and I am looking for confirmation for a second game which could be Burkina Faso, Mali or Nigeria so we have options.” 

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