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Joy as Kwale Girls emerge East African football champs

Kwale Girls have emerged the East African football champions in the 17th edition of the Brookside East Africa Secondary School Games in Rwanda.
The Girls beat Ugandan side Kawempe Muslimi 1-0 in the girls’ football final at the Ubworoherane Stadium on …

David De Gea to sign a major deal at Old Trafford

David De Gea is set to pen down a deal with his club Manchester united and become one of the best paid players in the English premier league.
The 27 year old star has been on target with the Spanish side Real Madrid but the departure of Thibaut Courtoi…

Gor Mahia chairman blasts Walusimbi on Kaizer Chiefs move

By Website writer Following the surprise news of Gor Mahia defender Godfrey Walusimbi’s ‘move’ to South African side Keizer Chiefs, the club’s chairman Ambrose Rachier has given a word on what unfolded. Rachier told the official Gor Mahia website that Walusimbi made it to South Africa without any sort of permission or notifying the club. […]

New Rules as EPL kicks off tonight

After close of the transfer window on Thursday night, the first match for the 2018/2019 English premier league kicks off tonight.
Jose Mourinho’s Manchester united will be hosting Leicester city at Old Trafford at 10pm.
Conversely the new season gets u…

Michael Olunga on move to Japan

Michael Olunga could ditch Chinese side Guizhou Zhicheng for Japanese outfit Kashiwa Reysol, reports Japanese media.
Olunga who plied his trade with Spanish club Girona last season is believed to be in advanced talks with Kashiwa, with the deal expecte…

American billionaire to fully own Arsenal

Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke is set to buy the whole club in a deal that would value the gunners at 1.8 bn Euros.
This was after Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov agreed to sell the 30% stake he owns at arsenal to the American billionair…

Third season syndrome continues to haunt Mourinho

From ‘the special one’ to ‘park the bus manager’, that is what Manchester United ’s manager Jose Mourinho has turned to, maybe because of his defensive approach to the game.
But again, to be fair, the Portuguese tactician in his stellar career as a coa…

Why Chelsea lost 2-0 to Manchester City

It was a sad weekend for the blues after losing 2-0 to Pep Guardiola’s side in the Community Shield.
Chelsea was outshined in the 90 minutes of the match by the premier league winners where Sergio Aguero scored twice in the 2-0 loss.
However, the blues…

Bryan White gets new title

By Paul Waiswa Bryan White foundation boss, Bryan White was last evening given a new name by the Prime Minister of Lugbara kingdom. The fight against poverty campaigner was received by enthusiastic youth as he arrived at Green Light Stadium, the home of Onduparaka FC for the FUFA Drum Tournament match between West Nile and […]

Wayne Rooney breaks nose in MLS league

USA: Former England striker Wayne Rooney scored his first goal for DC United and also broke his nose in a 2-1 home win over Colorado Rapids in the MLS.
The 32-year-old scored the opener when he sent a shot through ex-Manchester United team-mate Tim How…

Kenya to host 2020 IAAF World U20 Championships

Kenya has been selected to host the IAAF World U20 championships in 2020. Nairobi candidacy to host the event was formally endorsed by the IAAF council in Buenos Aires on Friday. While making the decision IAAF cited successful hosting of the U18 event last year. “By hosting an outstanding final edition of the IAAF World U18 Championships last year, Nairobi demonstrated its readiness to take the next step as a championship host,” reads the IAAF official website. Deputy President William Ruto on twitter lauded IAAF decision to choose Kenya as the host for the championships saying the event will reaffirm Kenya’s dominance in the athletic world. IAAF president Sebastian Coe noted the Kenyan Government’s strong support for the Nairobi bid and said it would be an ideal host for the championships. “The U20 Championships showcases the future of our sport so Kenya, with a young and enthusiastic population and such a rich history in athletics, is a perfect fit for us,” Coe said. 50,000 people attended last year’s event making it the largest ever crowd to attend the U18 championships.

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