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Football Kenya Federation unveil another gaming firm as Harambee Stars partner

FOOTBALL By Washington Onyango | October 9th 2021
From Left- FKF President Nick Mwendwa, Michael Olunga Captain Harambee stars and Mozzart Bet General Manager Sas?a Krneta during the unveiling of a new national team Harambee Stars' partner, Mozzart Bet and team training for 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers return match against Mali at the Nyayo National stadium. Oct 9, 2021. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Football Kenya Federation on Saturday unveiled betting firm Mozzart Bet as the official Harambee Stars partner in the ongoing 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifiers.

The partnership will cover the remainder of the World Cup Qualifying campaign and started with the Stars’ away game in Agadir, Morocco against Mali.

As part of the deal, FKF will receive Sh3 Million from the leading online gaming firm to prepare the team for the remaining qualifiers against Mali, Rwanda, and Uganda.

FKF President Nick Mwendwa thanked Mozzart Bet for their support.

“Thank you for believing in Kenyan football, and for believing in the Harambee Stars. We were able to send the team to Morocco comfortably and we thank you for that.”

“We did not get the result we wanted in Agadir but I believe in this team, I know its potential and I am sure better results are on the way.”

“We have a chance to make a statement in the remaining matches, and I am confident that we can get a positive result in the end if we give it all as a team,” said Mwendwa.

Kenya face Mali on Sunday at the Nyayo National Stadium starting at 4 pm, and thereafter Uganda and Rwanda in the final round of qualifiers in November.

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