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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Yo Yo, May 25, 2011.

  1. Yo Yo

    Yo Yo JF-Expert Member

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    list ya wanamichezo wanaovuna mkwanja mrefu kwetu Kenya.....


    Mariga - Image courtesy of F.C. Internazionale Milano - Sito Ufficiale

    1. McDonald Mariga – having transferred to the Italian club Inter Milan from Parma mid-way last season, he was part of the 2010 UEFA Champions League, Italian League and Italian Cup title wins last year. Add with the heavily criticized ad and endorsement with UAP Insurance and Coca-Cola Kenya​
    {Estimates: $12,000,000 p.a., excl, bonuses and endorsements}​

    2. Hayati Samuel Wanjiru – winning the Chicago Marathon (prize money & time bonuses of US$ 115,000); as well as earning an appearance fee of an average of US$ 250,000. He also won the World Marathon Majors 2009-10 getting US$ 500,000. There is the sponsorship deal with Meiji Seika sponsorship deal ( makers of sports supplement Savas) worth US$ 3 million spread over 10 years signed in 2008

    {Estimates: US$ 500,000 for World Marathon title, US$ 115,000 prize money & bonus in Chicago, Appearance fees average of US$ 250,000 & US$ 300,000 per year for next 10 years from 2008-2018}

    3. Dennis Oliech – he also plies his trade in Europe thus he has some sizeable income from the French League. He has not had much in endorsements both locally and abroad due to his initial big-headedness and national team mishaps. He has mellowed now and recently signed an extension contract with French club AJ Auxerre.

    {Estimates: between US$ 870,000 – 12,000,000 p.a.}

    4. David Rudisha –the darling of the athletics world last year and Kenyans gave him a hell of a vote (online) and won the IAAF Male Sports Athlete of the Year; he also won a couple of races on the IAAF Diamond League of course attracting some bonuses as he broke the record twice in the space of one week

    {Estimates: US$ 100,000 for World Athlete of the Year 2010, US$ 40,000 from IAAF Diamond League, undisclosed appearance and record breaking fees}

    [​IMG] Nancy L- Gold medal 2010 CWG- New Delhi 5. Nancy Jebet Langat – she had a mixed year, being part of the winners of the inaugural IAAF Diamond League and also winning a Commonwealth gold ( some pickings from the government for winners can be added up); also won the Sports Personality of the Year Award-Kenya Female - 2010 edition

    {Estimates: US$ 40,000 IAAF Diamond League winnings, US$ 6,250 for 2010 SOYA Lady winner, Govt bonus from 2010 Commonwealth Gold medal}

    5. Other special mentions;
    6. Mary Keitany – women half marathon specialists, won the World Half Marathon title in 2009, 2010 Abu Dhabi Half Marathon and Ras al Khaimah Half Marathon ( where she broke the world record this year)
    {Estimates: US$ 357,740 in prize money, appearance fees and record-breaking bonuses
    7. Edna Kiplagat – winner of 2010 Los Angeles Marathon and New York Marathon
    {Estimates: US$ 303,000}
    8. Wilson K. Kiprotich – marathoner
    {Estimates: US$ 197,010}
    [​IMG] Robert K. Cheruiyot - 2010 Boston Marathon Winner

    9. Robert Kiprono Cheruiyot – winner of 2010 Boston Marathon, quoted saying he would buy 50 more cows from his prize money of US$ 175,000
    {Estimates: US$ 175, 545}

    Watz wekeni list yenu
  2. BelindaJacob

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    Yo Yo, kweli wewe mtata..eniwei, subiri tuandae listi na sie..
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    Yo Yo JF-Expert Member

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    Vipi listi yenu maniaje?
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    1. Rostam Aziz............

    ooooh sory
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    Wakenya wengine wanapata mshiko kwa njia za panya... Mcheki huyu hapa chini nasikia kakimbilia Dar...

    Finnish police investigating Kenyan goalkeeper Ochieng for match fixing

    Veikkausliiga team Mariehamn IFK, who are currently 4th in the league after six matches of the new season, are the third Finnish football club to have one or more members of the playing staff under suspicion of involvement in match-fixing.

    On Wednesday morning, MIFK published a notice on its website to the effect that the National Bureau of Investigation - Finland's central criminal police - are looking for the team's former goalkeeper, Kenyan Willis Ochieng.

    According to the MIFK statement, it is believed that the Singaporean businessman Wilson Raj Perumal - being held in custody on charges of passing bribes to players in order to secure the desired results - would have paid Ochieng a total of EUR 50,000 for two games in which he was involved last autumn.

    MIFK has been kept informed of the suspicions by the NBI during the course of the spring.

    According to the police, the allegations concern matches played on September 20 2010 and October 2 2010. Both these games ended in 2-1 defeats for Mariehamn.

    The police have not as yet managed to contact Ochieng. According to the MIFK Chairman Peter Mattsson, the Kenyan keeper left Mariehamn for places unknown last autumn.

    The club has since heard that Ochieng has recently signed on the roster of Simba SC, a side based in the Tanzanian capital Dar es Salaam, although this is not confirmed on the Simba SC website.

    Mattsson reports that he has been kept abreast by the NBI of developments as they involved the former goalkeeper since the beginning of April.

    Mattsson is also naturally at pains to point out that the MIFK organisation is not under suspicion, nor are any other members of the current playing staff.

    The case of Wilson Raj Perumal and nine RoPS players will begin in June.

    The Standard