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Thanks to the kenyan team as well i think a sleeping giant has been awoken.. WE the fans will continue supporting u in whichever way u need as to.. U held up very well against a tanzanian team comprised of many profesional club players… It was nice seeing proud mothers wearing their sons silver medals. U never know the next mariga and oliech who have actually played in sweden might just come from these boys.. So akina steve, catherine, liz, jane, sophia, mzee mukuru, mzee ngatia.. keep encouraging ure boys they have alot of potential. it’s just a matter of time. Makan was approched by two boys at the car park who are being signed up by AIK and Vasalund clubs here in stockholm who were interested in the team as well. Akina freddie, kinos.. alot of reserve potential for next yr.. Am actually afraid for Tanzania nxt yr they will meet a force to recon with..
For now cheers kenyan team, Cheers Kenyan fans.. and congrats our good friends from Tanzania.!!
E.KamauAugust 1, 2010
well said E. kamau! they will be better next year. way to go for all the organizers and the coaches. special thanks to the players for doing their part. too bad i could not make it to sing along to “imbeumbe”
nyamsAugust 1, 2010
hallo pwana clay kuna picha moja which i really
dont like. flag ya kenya iko up side down. Ina ni hart
man NzoroAugust 2, 2010
I wasn’t around to support my country, but i’m very proud of the Kenyan team, organisers and Kenyans who took their time to support the team. I’m proud to be a KENYAN.
Dan ArokaAugust 3, 2010
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