In Summary

  • Kenyans divided following Harambee Stars loss to South Sudan.
  • Many had hoped the home team would secure a win following their recent win over Qatar National team.
  • Kenya made a joint bid with Uganda and Tanzania to host the 2027 African Cup Of Nations (AFCON).

Following Harambee Stars loss to South Sudan in an International friendly match, It left many divided on actually what transpired.

Many had hoped that the home team would cruise past the visitors, following their recent win against Qatar’s National team.

However, this was not to be as the home side fell to a solitary goal.

Even the Kenyan president himself had taken his time to rally support  for the Kenyan team.

Hundreds of football lovers had braved Nairobi’s chilly weather to watch the match at the Kasarani International stadium.

At the end, they left with frowned faces as South Sudan carried the day.

With social media buzzing, we sampled a few of the reactions.

“Yani tumepigwa na South Sudan”

“Can we lease Kasarani these rainy season we plant maize”

“Sasa coach hajalipwa seven months mnataka pesa itoke wapi? Akili mtu wangu”

“Hii ndio country inataka ku host AFCON ndoto”

“I think Kenya should focus on corruption and leave football for serious countries”

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However, another section felt that it was a learning experience and the boys would rise up moving forward.

This was also the take from the ministry in charge of Sports, Arts and Youth Affairs.

“Most important game is the next game.

Dust up boys for the next. These friendlies polish up our mistakes and horn our strengths, eye firmly on the crucial 2026 World Cup qualifiers from November” partly read a tweet from the CAS.

Part of the action at Kasarani stadium PHOTO Courtesy



Kenya placed a joint bid with Uganda and Tanzania to host the 2027 African Cup Of Nations (AFCON).

The revelation was made by the ministry in charge of Sports and the head of Football Kenya Federation.

The document was also presented to the head of state, William Ruto.

However, Kenya’s stumbling blocks lies in the dire state of its two national stadiums, Nyayo and Kasarani.

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The two stadias are still banned from hosting international matches by CAF(Confederation Of African Football).

If Kenya will hack it still remains a mystery.

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September 12, 2023

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