Author: jacobin webi


On 2nd August Liverpool had their final; Audi Cup Championship, match against Atletico Madrid. Liverpool had won five and drawn one in their summer warm-up fixtures prior to the midweek encounter at the Allianz Arena, but suffered defeat when Jordan Henderson was the only player to miss in the shootout. Both teams started with incredibly high levels of intensity and pressing, while three of Liverpool’s players picked up bookings in the opening 45 minutes The match ended with a 1-1 draw at the ninety-third minute. This led penalties in which Atlético converted on five out of five penalties. Antoine Griemann, Ferrnando Torres, Gabi, Nico Gaitán and finally Filipe Luís put their spot kicks away, and Atleti were crowned Audi Cup for the first time.        ...

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Kenyan All Stars Gaining Exposure With The Spanish Cordoba Club.

SportPesa Premier League All Stars on Wednesday 19th May  evening faced Spanish second division side Cordoba Club de Fútbol at the Estadio el Mauli in Antequera City, Spain. The event comes as the first of many programmes lined up under a recently signed partnership between La Liga and Kenyan Premier League. The Spanish La Liga officials explained that their vision is to improve the general management of the KPL as well as its clubs so that they can be more professional and profitable. Harambee Stars coach Stanley Okumbi, who is handling the All Stars team, has hailed KPL for making the initiative possible, saying that the players stood to have gained some valuable exposure and experience from the Spain tour. “Our aim as the Kenyan team is to bring these players together and equip them with the necessary experience and skills that will help them in future engagements such as CHAN (African Nations Championships).” “Winning would be nice, but the bigger objective is to help these players gain exposure and experience that will help them in future engagements. Most of them are below 23 years, which means they are the future of the national team,” Okumbi said. Despite the Harambee Stars Coach been optimistic about the match, Kenyan All Stars ended up in 4-0 loss to the host Cordoba Club. However, this was still beneficial to the Kenyan team as they had a...

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2017 SportPesa Super Cup

The 2017 SportPesa Super Cup was the inaugural edition of an eight-team knockout tournament which featured four teams; each from Kenya and Tanzania created and sponsored by bookmakers SportPesa. The tournament entailed;SportPesa Premier League champions, Tusker FC, record winners Gor Mahia FC, AFC Leopards and Nakuru All Stars who vied for the Super Cup against Tanzanian giants, titleholder Yanga FC and Simba FC, promoted side Singida United FC and Jang’ombe Boys FC the crown-holders in Zanzibar. The tournament begun at the quarterfinal stage with penalties separating the teams in case of a draw at regulation time. The quarter final draw pit...

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Kenyans Proving themselves as Home of Champions

Following the recent held World U18 IAAF champions in Kenya; Kasarani stadium, Kenyan athletes proved that truly Kenya is the home of champions.The Kenyan IAAF team has reminded the world of the country’s “defiant spirit of hard work, dedication and resilience.”  This is after emerging fourth out of the 131 countries that took part in the event. Kenyans turned up in large numbers to support their own athletes and the event in general. The tournament reminded Kenyans they are one irrespective of differences, affiliations and preferences. In attendance was also the head of state, who was really impressed by the performance...

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Best five footballers in the world

1.Christiano Ronaldo Christiano was born on 5th February 1985 in Madeira Portugal. He is a proficient and winner of three consecutive Golden Ball of the year. The footballer is well known for his unbeaten world records in football history, having played for homeland team Portugal, Manchester United football club and his current football club Real Madrid. Christiano is the most expensive player; he was signed by Manchester United in 2003 at 12Miliion pounds. He emerged a Star Performer of FA in 2004, scoring three goals in the finals of the championship. In 2009, Real Madrid signed a deal with Manchester United for the transfer of Christiano Ronaldo for a record of 131 Million Dollars. At the age of 16, Christiano signed a deal with Sporting Portugal and contested against Manchester United at the same age. His talent and skills impressed the management team of Manchester United  and joined the club. His first debut in Manchester United, Christiano scored three goals in the FA Cup finals, leading his club towards championship winners. Within his five year contract in the club, Manchester United won three Premier league tittles. In 2009, Real Madrid signed a deal with Manchester United for Christiano Ronaldo, paying 131Milion Dollars to Manchester United for buying the service of Christiano Ronaldo, who was also interested in the deal. From 2009 to date, Christiano Ronaldo set lots of records for his current club. With his...

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  2. Go to pay LIPA NA MPESA
  3. Go to Buy Goods & Services
  4. Enter Till Number: 869985
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