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Nairobi: SportPesa AllStars training camp to be opened Monday 16

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Africa’s premier betting firm, SportPesa will on Monday, January 16, 2017 officially open the SportPesa AllStars training camp at Safaricom Stadium, Kasarani from 9:30am.

In November 2016, a team of Hull City coaches travelled to Kenya for two weeks where they toured various SportPesa Premier League team training sessions and watched a number of matches.

At the end of their trip, the coaches put together a short-list of 47 players who will start their training on Monday.

A final team of 18 players who will be referred to as SportPesa AllStars will be selected at the end of the two-week training camp and will travel to the UK to play Hull City FC in a friendly match on February 27th.

SportPesa entered a three-year sponsorship deal with UK’s Hull City FC, in a deal that saw SportPesa become the sponsor of Hull’s home and away playing kit. As part of the sponsorship, the Hull City side agreed to play friendly matches with a Kenyan team

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