FKFPL Awards: Stanley Okumbi and Kevin Opiyo clinch trainer and player of the month awards – KBC


Post Rangers FC Stanley Okumbi was appointed FKF PL coach in March

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Post Rangers head coach Stanley Okumbi and team goalkeeper Kevin Opiyo have been appointed to the Kenya Football League, FKFPL, coach and player of the month in March..

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Okumbi, who was appointed the previous month, led the mailmen to collect seven of the nine possible points in March.

The post started with a barren draw against Kariobangi Shark before humiliating champions Gor Mahia 1-0.

Posta filled the month with a 2-0 win over Mathare United.

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Okumbi who is also doubling as a national U20 football team, ‘Rising Stars’ head coach defeated Kakamega Homeboyz technicians Nicholas Muyoti and Carlos Vaz Pinto of Gor Mahia.

Okumbi presented the award to the players and the technical bench.

“When we came in it was not easy, the team was struggling but now I can say that we are getting others. The technical bench as well as the club management worked hard for this, this award goes to them”, Okumbi said.

For his efforts Okumbi was awarded a personal trophy and Ksh.50,000.

Ranger Goal minder Kevin Opiyo named the best player

Post Rangers Fc goalkeeper Kevin Opiyo was named player of the month in March.

Kevin Opiyo who was the best for Post Rangers among the posts during March was voted the best player of the month.

Opiyo who signed for mail from the National Super League, NSL, APS Bomet in September 2020 maintained a good race and impressive performances against Kariobangi Shark, Gor Mahia, and Mathare United.

Opiyo won the award in front of Zoo Fc station defender Alex Onchwari and Gor Mahia forward Wilson Silva.

Onchwari starred for Zoo FC in March when he revived their relegation lead from behind when he scored the winning goal against Vihiga United and was named man of the match in their one-on-one draw against KCB.

“I have to be thankful to God and to the team that we have been working on as a team together, we have been working hard as a unit, I believe more they will come, not to leave form but hope to keep up the good work, we are waiting for the league to start again. being strong as a team and as a person because I believe I can achieve higher standards, “Opiyo said

“At the end of the season I believe I can get the cleanest sheets that can get me to the platform level,” he added.

Head coach Stanley Okumbi said Opiyo had taken over the position given to him as he was third in rank in the team’s defense department.

” Actually when I came in he was the third choice, the other goalkeepers were injured I motivated him and told him that he had a gold chance and he needed to use it, he did it in the first match we had clean paper and the second match also with the third game. others who get a chance to play that all they have to do is showcase their talents and in the end there are rewards “, Okumbi said.

For his efforts Kevin Opiyo was awarded a personal prize and a cash prize of Ksh.50,000.


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