Harambee Stars Selfie

Football is one of the most supported sport locally followed by rugby. Whenever there is a Harambee Stars match or any league match ongoing, fans will always flock the stadium just to cheer their favourite players and even have a closer glimpse of them. If you ply your trade overseas, you will be the centre of attention as everyone wants to be near you and maybe take a photo.

But of late, Harambee Stars players are slowing losing the huge fanbase they used to enjoy. Nowadays, most of them no longer play for the badge – emblazoned in front of the shirt – but, for the name at the back of the shirt. Kenyan football has been commercialised; most of those called to the national team only play for money and fame. After all their performance yesterday proves this point. Harambee Stars lost 0-1 to visiting Guinea-Bissau hence being kicked out of the 2017 AFCON competition.

We expected the boys to make us proud but luck was not on our side. The last time Harambee Stars scored a hat trick was back in 1997, and it was none other than Mike Okoth, the father to Divock Origi who scored.

Who will reclaim Harambee Stars lost glory?

Well, I have been observing Harambee Stars players for quite sometime and below are some of their most annoying behaviours.

 

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