Gone are the days when an African team had a standout player
From the terraces, coaches philosophies and tactics are scrutinized and debated.
The purpose of this column therefore is not to declare Magogo’s guilt
Sports is an industry that is capable of employing millions
One of the reasons Kenya is thriving in the sevens is because of having a team largely of contented full time players.
When Express got a one-year sponsorship deal from pay television brand, DStv mid- last year, the mood around the club changed
All this contributes to the athleticism of the Burundians.
Just imagine how KCCA, who spend sh10m a day, felt receiving that winners’ cheque.
The down slide on the popularity and patronage of the heavyweight division could be attributed to the absence of credible heavyweight boxers
Just like his contemporary Sam Ssimbwa, to him, football was a simple game that required no endeavour.
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