Kenyatta deserves Premier League chance

Kenyatta deserves Premier League chance

05 Jun, 09:23
It is nice to see the mighty KRA back where they belong. Leading from the front.

The tax collectors have got to be the most unlucky team in the Division One league in recent years, having flirted severally with promotion in days gone by.

Especially three years ago, when they were denied promotion in dubious fashion and the Mombasa sides Bandari and Congo United given a route into the top flight.

Last year they were poor and head coach Ken Kenyatta admitted as much, saying he was building a team for the 2013 season.

And they have proved that they were not joking, currently boasting a big lead and games in hand on their nearest rivals.

Plus they are still unbeaten.

I would like to see Ken Kenyatta one day coach in the Premier League because he has been the pivot to the success of many of the players you see in the top flight.

A long list by the way.

I think that he would bring freshness to a league that at times lacks in inspiration and yet again, we will have a new face with new ideas coaching in the top flight, not the same old, same old.

They still have a long way to go, but I would not mind a slight bit if KRA made it to the playoffs and then the Premeir League.

I feel that they deserve it.

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