Echesa Wins July Player of the Month

Chemelil Sugar midfielder Hillary Echesa has been crowned the July Sportpesa Footballer of the Month after scoring in three successive matches during the month for the fifth-placed cane millers. The 30-year-old was behind Chemelil's fine run in July, netting the winning goals against AFC Leopards and Sofapaka and also finding

Hull to Play in Kenya as Part of Sportpesa Deal

Promoted Hull City are set to become the first English Premier League side to play a match in Kenya. The Tigers will face a select side from the east African country's Premier League as part of a major sponsorship deal signed with SportPesa. The game will be "part of

Akinyemi Becomes Homeboyz’s 8th Signing

After being baited at AFC Leopards and Nakumatt FC, Nigerian midfielder-cum-forward Abbas Akinyemi has found a new home in Kakamega Homeboyz. The heavily built former Muhoroni Youth captain had short training stints with both Leopards and National Super League side Nakumatt who were not impressed. However, Homeboyz head coach

Kogalo in Shooting Practice Win vs Gremio

Gor Mahia started their post-Frank Nuttall era with a 13-1 pounding of lowly Lang'ata Gremio in a friendly match played at the Kenyan Premier League champions’ training ground, Camp Toyoyo, on Wednesday (March. 9). There were some unfamiliar names on the scoresheet as Collins Okoth and Khalid Aucho joined

Karim: Kogalo Erred in Letting Kagere Go

Burundian international, Karim Nizigiyimana, was a mainstay in Gor Mahia’s all-conquering side last season as the reigning Kenyan Premier League champions challenged for titles at both the domestic and regional front. A rock in his preferred right-back position and even a better asset upfront, the former Rayon Sport and

Abondo Leaves Gor Mahia for Nothing

Gor Mahia have officially parted ways with 43 goals they scored last season after attacking midfielder, Ali Abondo, became the last of the three-member team that delivered those goals to leave the club. Abondo, Michael Olunga and Meddie Kagere were the club’s, and by extension, the league’s most potent

Nuttall: Desire and Hunger to Win not Lost

It may be early days in the 2016 Kenyan Premier League but questions continue to pile up on Gor Mahia’s readiness to defend their title for a fourth successive time. The record champions are winless in their opening three matches of the new campaign and have scored only once

KPL Matchday 3: Six Things to Look out For

Five teams are tied at the top of the 2016 Sportpesa Premier League which enters matchday three this weekend with 6 matches on the cards. Machakos Stadium will host half of the matches, starting with Saturday's double header featuring Sofapaka against Mathare United and Nairobi City Stars versus Tusker.

Ingwe Newboys Offer More than Just Hope

AFC Leopards started their 2016 Kenyan Premier League campaign by sniffing a point out of Mathare United but you could argue that if any side deserved more on the day, then it was Jan Koops’ side. Leopards fell behind to an early goal from their former employee, Obadiah Ndege,