Dan Mule: Tribalism the Cancer Killing AFC Leopards

AFC Leopards chairman Dan Mule says the reconciliation efforts with Matthews Opwora group have hit a snag after Noah Wanyama, father to Victor Wanyama, said that he was not ready to work with him because he is not a Luhya. The two factions which are claiming stake at AFC

Big Guns Missing as Ayimba Unveils Safari 7s Squads

Kenya Sevens Head Coach Benjamin Ayimba unveiled the Shujaa and Morans squads that will lead Kenya’s charge for the 2015 Safari Sevens title this weekend. The stakes will be high for Kenya in that they will be gunning to reclaim the title they lost last year to Welsh Warriors

Harambee Stars To Report To Camp On Friday

Harambee Stars will report for residential training on Friday 2nd October 2015 at the Kasarani Stadium to begin preparation for their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier match away to Mauritius set for Wednesday October 7 at the Bellevue Stadium, Cure Pipe. Head Coach Bobby Williamson unveiled his 20-man squad

Liverpool Rule out Origi Loan Exit

Divock Origi has yet to get his Liverpool career up and running and there have been rumours that the Belgian forward of Kenyan decent could leave on loan. With regular first-team action hard to come by, speculation has been rife that he could be shipped out for more regular

Kogalo vs Stima, Ingwe vs Sopafaka Matches Called Off

The two Kenyan Premier League matches pitting Gor Mahia versus Western Stima and AFC Leopards against Sofapaka that were due to be played tomorrow, Thursday, have been called off. The matches which were to kick off matchday 27 of the league have been cancelled owing to the ongoing Nairobi

KBA Accused of Delaying Appeal Case

An appeal case in which former Kenya Bowling Association (KBA) chairman Charles Wambugu, and former member Susan Kariuki are challenging their suspension from federation was adjourned for the second time at the Sport Dispute Tribunal hearing yesterday. The move did not go down well with the appellants who accused

Brazilian Referee Pulls Gun on Player

Cases of players and fans beating up match officials are increasingly becoming rampant in the hooligan-infested world of football, local Kenyan Premier League not alien to such unbecoming behaviour. In Brazil, a referee has invented a way of dealing with indisciplined players who are quick to raise their hands

Rugby World Cup: Tonga Edge Battling Namibia

  Tonga ran in five tries in their battle of the minnows clash against Namibia as the two sides put on a brilliant show at Sandy Park, the African side losing 35-21. Telusa Veainu and Jack Ram crossed for Tonga, but Namibia's Johan Tromp pulled a try back, before Latiume

Zimbabwe Facing another World Cup Ban

Zimbabwe are facing yet another major World Cup heartbreak amid revelations that the country could be thrown out of the 2022 tournament in Qatar if Zimbabwe Football Federation (ZIFA) fail to settle their long-standing debt to former Warriors coach Tom Saintfiet, reveals The Herald. The Warriors are already out