Div one side benefit from Good Samaritan pocket
Div one side benefit from Good Samaritan pocket
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Div one side benefit from Good Samaritan pocket

Second tier outfit Kibera Celtic was on Thursday 22 August 2013 a beneficiary of Shs. 90, 000 ahead of their trip to the coastal part of the country to honour the weekend matches.

Despite being opponents, FC Talanta’s Executive Director Jérôme Dufourg out of a Good Samaritan heart handed the amount to the Kibera based side preparing to travel tonight to face the coastal outfits.

Departed with the amount

-They are my opponents but out of my good heart and love for the game I have departed with the amount, affirmed Jerome in a one on one with futaa.com

-I cannot leave people who are struggling yet giving hope to the community to give away walk overs if we can afford to lend a hand-that is what football needs in Kenya.

His sentiments were echoed by the Kibera Celtic Technical Director Bernard Njira who bowed down to Dufourg offer amid calling on Football Kenya Federation (FKF) to listen to such likeminded people.

Likeminded people

-He Dufourg, is a really change to Kenyan football, see, we are opponents but he has stretched his hand to help. These are the kind of leaders we need in Kenyan football, averred Njira after pocketing the amount.

-FKF should now listen to such likeminded people who have come to fight the rotten morass in Kenya football. We need each other in all situations especially in football, we are not with him to be our sponsor but we just met the other day and see what he has done for us.

Maweni City

Also present was the teams' (Kibera Celtic) Team Manager Fredrick Newton Otieno.

Celtic plays Maweni City on Saturday 24 August 2013 in Malindi before meeting Sparki Youth on Sunday 25 August 2013.

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