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Harambee Stars board steps down

04 November 2011, 09:00 Fred Maingi, Supersport

Nairobi - Harambee Stars Management Board (HSMB) headed by Dr Evans Kidero has stepped aside.

According to Football Kenya Association (FKA) chairman Sam Nyamweya, the board opted to step aside to give the new association a chance to constitute a new board now that there is only one federation managing football in the country.

Speaking at EK Centre in Kileleshwa where he received Gor Mahia players and members of the technical bench, Nyamweya stated that Dr.Kidero will be retained and he will continue serving as chairman of the board. 

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