Afcon: Musa, Gazza Confident Of Stars Progress

By Greg Mulemi Musa Otieno was Kenya’s captain when the country last participated in the AFCON way back in 2004 in Raddes, Tunisia. Under head coach Jacob Ghost Mulee, Kenya began the campaign on a losing 3-1 to Mali,Titus Mulama scoring Kenya’s  consolation. They then went on to lose 3-0 to Senegal

Okumbi Named Boss in Stars’ Overhaul

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) unveiled a new Harambee Stars technical bench with former Mathare United Head Coach, Stanley Okumbi, being named the national team boss, all but confirming the sacking of Bobby Williamson. The shakeup saw FKF go for a young lineup with former Harambee Stars captain Musa Otieno

Ouna to Deputize Okumbi at Harambee Stars

Gor Mahia assistant coach, Frank Ouna, is set to land his first role in the national team as he is being lined up for a similar role with the Harambee Stars. The youthful tactician, alongside Musa Otieno, are expected to be named as the assistants to former Mathare United