Former Harambee Stars coach Twahir Muhiddin has lauded the efforts put in by Football Kenya Federation to ensure stability in Kenyan football.

In an exclusive interview held at the FKF House, Goal Project, the honored coach noted the various achievements done by the Federation over the last four years and called on stakeholders to rally behind the”youthful” federation as it seeks to better the standards of Kenyan football.

“The women national team has for the first time ever, graced the Africa Women Cup of Nations. This was unheard of,” said coach Muhiddin.

Currently serving as an FKF Instructor, Muhiddin, who played for and as well, coached the national team, Harambee Stars, noted that the country will soon reap from the coaching courses undertaken by the Federation.

“Youth players need to be handled by qualified personnel. If we expose these players to proper standards, then very soon, we will be among the best football nations,” he said.

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