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Kenya 7's

Unread post by Ricky » Sun Mar 27, 2011 11:25 pm

The Kenya 7's national coach Benjamin Ayimba should now invest in young players. Its time for the old boys to step down.
The reason why Kenya was performing is because of the same team same names playing for the last 5 -6 seasons and its common sense that a team
with that such kind of a bond would perform but now that the other teams are used to our way of playing they punish us. Kazi ipewe Vijana!

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Unread post by Olekoima » Mon Mar 28, 2011 7:24 am

Ricky wrote:The Kenya 7's national coach Benjamin Ayimba should now invest in young players. Its time for the old boys to step down.
The reason why Kenya was performing is because of the same team same names playing for the last 5 -6 seasons and its common sense that a team
with that such kind of a bond would perform but now that the other teams are used to our way of playing they punish us. Kazi ipewe Vijana!
You are quite right, but do we ever learn? Apart from athletics and women volleyball we seem to be recycling the same tired fellows in other disciplines.

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Unread post by njugunajohn » Mon Apr 18, 2011 7:21 am

Kenya has great rugby talent. The high school teams in our country have some real stars. What we need is to have our guys train to be in the same weighty category as our foreign adversaries cause that's where our downfall is. We also need to brainstorm on how to turn our guys into full-time professionals. Working and playing isn't doing good for us and so we need a system where rugby becomes the bread and butter of these guys.

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Unread post by Olekoima » Wed Jun 01, 2011 6:47 am

njugunajohn wrote:Kenya has great rugby talent. The high school teams in our country have some real stars. What we need is to have our guys train to be in the same weighty category as our foreign adversaries cause that's where our downfall is. We also need to brainstorm on how to turn our guys into full-time professionals. Working and playing isn't doing good for us and so we need a system where rugby becomes the bread and butter of these guys.
Correct. I wish those responsible could read your valuable advice.

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Unread post by novice » Wed Jun 01, 2011 7:07 am

Ricky wrote:The Kenya 7's national coach Benjamin Ayimba should now invest in young players. Its time for the old boys to step down.
The reason why Kenya was performing is because of the same team same names playing for the last 5 -6 seasons and its common sense that a team
with that such kind of a bond would perform but now that the other teams are used to our way of playing they punish us. Kazi ipewe Vijana!
Are you up to task? I have seen your photos with some Local team from Nakuru! Carbon Paper right?
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Unread post by ahtisham454 » Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:29 am

i like it...

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