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Delay in Ulinzi shirts arrival



Kenyan Premier League side Ulinzi Stars has unveiled the jersey to be used for the 2013 season ahead of the season opener over the weekend.

The jerseys which arrived last week are in red and white colours and are also accompanied by track suits, while the replica jerseys are set to touch down later.

The chairman of the side Lt. Col. JS Mwinyikai, however, while speaking to official club site assured the fans that the kits will completed in time for their second match against Sofapaka.

“We urge our fans to be patient with us as we will have a good number for everyone. We had anticipated them to be here before this weekend’s match but a slight delay has occasioned their unavailability,” explained the chairman.

There has been a slight change in the designs from what the military side used in the 2012 season though not much of it. These are steps towards preparation for the coming season in the Kenya’s first tier as they aim to get back the title that they last won in the 2010 season.

Ulinzi Stars have been holding intensive training in readiness for the season, including a series of friendly matches within and outside their Nakuru residence over the last month of pre-season.

They will open the campaign against first tier returnees Bandari Fc at their Afraha Stadium this Sunday, 24 February 2013, starting at 1500H.



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