Win or Die: What’s at stake v. Uganda

Thanks to CAF’s unique cleverness Kenya only have to win in Kampala come the 8th of October to save Zedekiah Otieno’s hide or at least half of it, paper over FKL’s continued inability to run a credible anything, KPL’s (over)dependence on tv to set their schedules and before I forget….Harambee Stars featuring at their first Africa Cup of nations in 8 years. According to Football Kenya 5000 match tickets are available to fans keen on trooping over to cheer our boys on. So can Kenya do it? Recent history is not on our side but what’s to lose. Aside from the usual round of scapegoating and recrimination can we expect real changes to the way Harambee Stars is run? Personally I’m not sure, so from that end my hope is that we win and at least that one or two players user the Cup of Nations as a platform to get into a lucrative European league somewhere. But like I said before, he we do who all that won’t matter, at least not for a while so COME ON HARAMBEE STARS!

Author: Kimemia Maina

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