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Manchester United's Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho gestures on the touchline during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Everton at Old Trafford in Manchester, north west England, on September 17, 2017. PHOTO/AFP

Zarika Off To The US To Harden Fists For Phiri Title Fight

NAIROBI, Kenya- Kenyan World Boxing Council (WBC) super-bantamweight champion, Fatuma Zarika is out to improve on her hand speed and ring movement during her two-month training stint in Las Vegas, United States. Zarika will put her title on the line on December 2 at the Carnivore Restaurant, Nairobi against Catherine Phiri from Zambia and is scheduled to depart the country on Tuesday night aboard a Qatar Airlines flight and return on November 19. READ MORE

Hull’s Jarrod Bowen Receives SportPesa Monthly Award

HULL, United Kingdom- Hull City forward, Jarrod Bowen, collected his second award in three days over the weekend when he was presented with the Club’s SportPesa Player of the Month Award for August. The 20-year old only just received the EFL Young Player of the Month Award for August and was presented with the trophy ahead of the Tigers’ home league game against Sunderland. READ MORE

Inspired ‘Casemiro’ Wendo Keen On Cementing Stars Place

NAIROBI, Kenya- Beefy Gor Mahia FC midfielder Ernest ‘Casemiro’ Wendo was all smiles as he hailed teammates and staff after being feted with the SportPesa Premier League (SPL) Player of the Month award on Tuesday in Nairobi. After an on and off 2016 SPL season, Wendo has cemented his position in the K’Ogalo midfield, acting as a solid block ahead of the back-line and he is hoping the award will motivate him to nail a position in the national team set-up as well. READ MORE

Mourinho Disregards Man City Premier League Title Challenge

MANCHESTER, United Kingdom- Manchester United FC manager Jose Mourinho claimed drawing level with Manchester City FC at the top of the Premier League table did not enter his mind following their 4-0 win over Everton. United have the same points and goal difference as Pep Guardiola’s side after goals from Antonio Valencia, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Romelu Lukaku and Anthony Martial secured an emphatic victory over the Toffees. READ MORE

Former Leopards Hero Muyoti Sets Thika To Pounce On Ingwe

NAIROBI, Kenya- If there is one game that carries much weight in Nicholas Muyoti’s coaching career, it is leading his team against fading SportPesa Premier League (SPL) giants, AFC Leopards SC. Muyoti remains a cult figure at the 12-time SPL champions having played and started his coaching journey at the club and on Wednesday, he will lead his struggling Thika United FC to face Ingwe at Thika Sub-County Stadium keen to do one over his beloved Leopards. READ MORE

 

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