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‘Ghost’ vows to pay his taxes in form of goats if Ushuru return to KPL

Former Harambee Stars coach Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee was a surprise visitor at Ushuru training session on Friday at City Stadium ahead of their Kenyan Premier League (KPL) Promotion/Relegation playoff.

The taxmen will on Friday afternoon face Nakumatt at Camp Toyoyo grounds (kick off 3pm) in the first of a two-leg playoff with the aggregate winner joining Western Stima and Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) in the top flight due to commence on December 8.

Ushuru finished third in the National Super League (NSL) standings while Nakumatt finished 16th in the KPL.

After hosting his breakfast show on Radio Jambo, Ghost showed up at the worn-out City Stadium, where Ushuru was holding their training session.

PEP TALK

The former Harambee Stars coach gave the players some pep talk to motivate them ahead of the crucial showdown with Nakumatt.

Ghost promised the players two goats if they win the two-leg.

It’s not however clear if he made the same promise to Nakumatt who have midfielder Clinton Kisiavuki, who is a Liberty Sports Academy, which Ghost owns.

The second leg of the Promotion/Relegation playoff will be played on Sunday, October 28 at the Moi International Sports Center, Kasarani.