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Kenya Will One Day Win Afcon Title, Says FKF President Nick Mwendwa

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Harambee Stars are set to grace the Afcon final for the first time since 2008.

Football Kenya Federation boss Nick Mwendwa is confident that Kenya will one day lift the Africa Cup of Nations title.

While laying down the success of his office in the last three years, Mwendwa said the country’s hope of lifting a maiden continental glory lies with the youth structure.

Mwendwa pointed out the national U-15 team that is set to tour Spain in the coming months as one of the many success stories of his administration.

“We have in place structures starting with the under 13 all the way to the national team. Currently, we have a good homeschooling program for the U-15 players who are playing together each morning and evening and I believe that very soon Kenya will be Africa champions.

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The just have to keep playing until they may win the cup day

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That is trust

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goodluck to that

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goodluck

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Excellent

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A nice dream. The better your performance the better your chances

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We are waiting to see

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good news

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Kenya

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I don't believe

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Until then

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Till then

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Until them

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Having faith

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Kenya KO...Kenya ni...when Nigeria dey for there...as for me it's Nija..but not all the way though.

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KENYA GOT IT ALL

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A nice dream. The better your performance the
better your chances

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You not even dreaming of World Cup

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[ @nazhab: ] Harambee Stars are set to grace the Afcon final for the first time since 2008.

Football Kenya Federation boss Nick Mwendwa is confident that Kenya will one day lift the Africa Cup of Nations title.

While laying down the success of his office in the last three years, Mwendwa said the country’s hope of lifting a maiden continental glory lies with the youth structure.

Mwendwa pointed out the national U-15 team that is set to tour Spain in the coming months as one of the many success stories of his administration.

“We have in place structures starting with the under 13 all the way to the national team. Currently, we have a good homeschooling program for the U-15 players who are playing together each morning and evening and I believe that very soon Kenya will be Africa champions.

Read more: v.duta.us/WZ34xAAA

no be lie but that will happen in hundred years time...

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Good to hear

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[ @dongreat: ] goodluck to that

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[ @Eli1000: ] The just have to keep playing until they may win the cup day

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[ @nazhab: ] Harambee Stars are set to grace the Afcon final for the first time since 2008.

Football Kenya Federation boss Nick Mwendwa is confident that Kenya will one day lift the Africa Cup of Nations title.

While laying down the success of his office in the last three years, Mwendwa said the country’s hope of lifting a maiden continental glory lies with the youth structure.

Mwendwa pointed out the national U-15 team that is set to tour Spain in the coming months as one of the many success stories of his administration.

“We have in place structures starting with the under 13 all the way to the national team. Currently, we have a good homeschooling program for the U-15 players who are playing together each morning and evening and I believe that very soon Kenya will be Africa champions.

Read more: v.duta.us/WZ34xAAA

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Football Kenya Federation boss Nick Mwendwa is confident that Kenya will one day lift the Africa Cup of Nations title.

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Football Kenya Federation boss Nick Mwendwa is confident that Kenya will one day lift the Africa Cup of Nations title

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Future possibility

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