The wave has swept them all.
And everyone is onto it, dunno why, but they are. They love it.
It has stolen it's way into our football.. An old fashioned and bureaucratic sport like it is in Kenya.
The wave is the so called fashion, just like it is to have swag(ger).
Or in the local dialect.. Njaro poa..
Bye bye Pamzo
The wave just like the orange one in 2007 has swept away the best of the best.
Anaba Awono has been sent into oblivion.
As has Nick Yakhama (to the maize farm)..
Francis Kimanzi (to coaching kids)
And now Sammy Omollo (to Naivasha???)
Kimanzi aside, the rest are goners.. finished.. dead
Because of the wave. The bad old wave...
And it is set to claim even more.. All must beware.
From Salim Ali to the great and green Zico and more too.
Your's too are on the line boys.
They who surf the wave are the trendsetters, aren't they?
Technical Director to head coach.. Wasn't that the path a certain Dutchman took?
And it has spread elsewhere like bushfire.. First Chippo, then Selebwa and now even Ambetsa at lowly KCB.
The wave does not discriminate in any way.. Fat/ thin or even pot belly size.
Everyone it picks goes.
Can be bad too
But there is hope, the wave has a shelf life. It dissapears too, just like a bad hair day.
The wave also carries on it the Hey's, Lama's and their brothers.. Ooh and all the guys who want to do hard work for free...
It also carries it's own.
So do not despair people, the wave will go one day... The Olaba's and Okumbi's will also be given a chance... One day..
But for now, brace yourselves..