The new KGU Chairman joined the Kenya Golf Union in the year 2013 as an Executive and later served as Hon Treasurer in 2016 and 2017 before becoming the Vice Chairman in 2018.In his maiden Speech the new KGU Chairman thanked all the golfers for exuding confidence in him and promised to dedicate his services to the Union at his best. He promised to put more synergy on Golf development as well as searching and developing golfing talents across the country.During the same meeting Ben Omuodo (Royal Nairobi Golf Club) was elected as the Vice Chairman while Limuru’s Vincent Wang’ombe and Sigona’s Peter Kiguru were elected as the Hon. Secretary and Hon. Treasurer respectively.Other Executives that were elected includes; Ndiga Kithae (Thika Sports Club), Karugu Macharia (Windsor Golf Hotel and country club), George Gathu (Kenya Air Force), Njani Ndiritu ( Vetlab Sports Club), Philip Ochola (Muthiaga Golf Club), Fr.Peter Kimani ( Ruiru Sports Club).The Regional Representatives will be co-opted after the 1st KGU Board Meeting which will be held in June. The regions are – Mt. Kenya, Central Rift, North Rift, Western and Coast Region.0Shares0000(Visited 15 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Karen’s Murage elected new KGU chairman.NAIROBI, Kenya, May 25 – Karen Country Golf Club’s Anthony Murage was elected the new chairman of Kenya Golf Union for the year 2019/2020.He was voted in during the Kenya Golf Union (KGU) Annual General Meeting held Friday at Muthaiga Golf Club, Nairobi to take over from Lucas Marang’a who will continue sitting in the KGU board as the immediate Past Chairman.
5 5 1. Liverpool’s league position looks far worse than it really is – to see four more reasons why Rodgers deserves more of a chance, click the arrow above – A glance at the bottom-half of the table may make for miserable reading for Reds supporters, yet the reality is not so bleak. A win over Norwich would have taken Liverpool to sixth, so calm down. 5 4. Key duo still to return to fitness – The loss of club captain Jordan Henderson early on in this season has been an unexpected blow for Liverpool. His return combined with Daniel Sturridge finally reaching full fitness is pivotal to Rodgers’ currently incomplete senior squad. 5 5 5. Rodgers deserves time, like his players – Rodgers is working with raw talent. The likes of Philippe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino and Christian Benteke – to name but a few – still have much to prove. Like his unestablished players, Rodgers too deserves his time to impress under the Anfield spotlight. 2. There could be a lack of realistic replacement targets – Fans want Jurgen Klopp and Carlo Ancelotti, but are they thinking too big? Bayern Munich could already be searching for a new manager with Pep Guardiola’s contract set to expire next summer, and these two will surely have their eyes on this potential position – not a club struggling to contend for the Champions League. 3. Rodgers received the backing of the board in the summer, so why sack him now, just six games into the season? – FSG could comfortably have given Rodgers the boot in the summer, but opted to retain faith in the 42-year-old. Having also handed him another significant transfer kitty in the summer, to sack him now would be a rash decision and one that could leave the club in unnecessary turmoil. After Liverpool struggled at Anfield against newly-promoted Norwich City, managing to secure just a 1-1 draw, many Reds supporters believe that Brendan Rodgers’ time on Merseyside should now come to a close.Such was the fury of Reds fans come the final whistle, that John W Henry was inundated with demands that Rodgers should be sacked and replaced by Jurgen Klopp or Carlo Ancelotti – who are both currently taking a break from management. However, despite the pleas, to sack Rodgers would be a rash decision from Fenway Sports Group so early on in the season – and we’ve put together five reasons why the Northern Irish manager should NOT be given the boot.Have a read by clicking the arrows above.