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FKF insists Pharoah friendly still on

08 February 2012, 09:54 Collins Okinyo

Football Kenya Federation(FKF) have insisted that the friendly match pitting Kenya's Harambee Stars and Egypt's pharoahs slated for February 23rd is still on despite reports that it had been cancelled.

FKF Chief executive officer Lordvick Aduda clarified to SuperSport.com that they were still waiting for another 48hours but according to them the match was still on.

"When the government of Egypt banned the federation it was tantamount to banning CAF which is based in the country".

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