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Top Four Stories from Wednesday You Must Read Today

Limping Leopards Seek ‘The Lion’ Matano Magic

NAIROBI, Kenya- The Head Coach position at struggling SportPesa Premier League (SPL) giants AFC Leopards SC has proved to be the poisoned chalice. The 12-time domestic champions have gone through three different tacticians in the 2017 SPL season alone- Englishman Stewart Hall, Romanian Dorian Marin and retired Kenya international Tom Juma in an acting capacity- without finding the desired winning formula. READ MORE…

Poland First Foreign Nation To Arrive For Nairobi 2017 WU18

NAIROBI, Kenya – Poland became the first foreign nation to arrive for the Nairobi 2017 IAAF World Under 18 (WU18) Championships when a 31-strong delegation comprising 21 athletes and 10 officials  jetted into the country on Tuesday evening. READ MORE…

Gor turn to Englishman Kerr To Lead Its Green Army

NAIROBI, Kenya- Record SportPesa Premier League (SPL) champions Gor Mahia FC have hired Englishman Dylan Kerr as their new Head Coach. Kerr who succeeds former Brazilian international Jose Marcelo ‘Ze Maria’ Ferreira is expected in the country on Saturday to link with the team that is vying for a 16th SPL crown having risen to the top albeit on goal-difference last weekend. READ MORE…

Messi Says ‘I Do’ to Barcelona Until 2012

BARCELONA, Spain- Lionel Messi has agreed to stay at Barcelona until 2021 in a deal that all but commits the star striker to ending his top-flight career at the Spanish giants.The megastar who joined Barcelona as a teenager 17 years ago will remain at the club until he is 34 under the new deal, the Catalan club announced Wednesday, ending months of speculation about the future of the five-time Ballon d’Or winner. READ MORE…

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