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A former Kenya Premier League (Super League, Amifa) Soccer Club Captain Dennis Olie had stated that he is hopeful to secure a seat on the Federation of Football Associations (KFA) Board of Directors in the year 2024.Apr 15, 202144593 Shares1486442 Views
A former Kenya Premier League (Super League, Amifa) SoccerClub Captain Dennis Olie had stated that he is hopeful to secure a seat on the Federation of FootballAssociations (KFA) Board of Directors in the year 2024. although completely ruling out of being on an initial position as well as a long-term positions in management, the famous striker made remarks with regards to Mozzart Magazine by saying that footballwas no longer just a hobby of the country's guys.
"I like being a darker version of myself, said Olly in a conversation with MozzSport,"
If I could become an intern, I would like to be.” Maybe it's time for Musa Otien to take over as leader. I am competitive with Musa. It's imperative that we do that in the next four years."
Those claims have been made known by the president of FKF president Nick Mwendwa, who said that he intends to run for reelection for a third time.
For at least by the rules of the day, I will always be allowed to run in the next elections. Kenyans should plan on being politically optimistic for at least two more terms under my leadership. "Footballis something you're going to do in your life," said Mwendwa to local media. Yes, of course, people would say I am abusing my power, but much like everyone else, you are incapable of critical thought in the first term of making accurate judgements while you are already under a great deal of stress. For small or medium-term goals, only in the second and third sections will you be able to obtain the desired results. In my first term, I'm pleased that we qualified for the African Nations Cup in 2019 in the first place My expectations have now shifted to the Qatar and the Women's World Cupthat is to be played in these two countries in the next two countries. Despite being in a prolonged period of rest, he claims he is prepared to return to the footballpitch, Michael predicts that Ouma and Oluoch will lead the way in Kenya as they were at their best in their days in previous stops, such as France and the United Arab states.