Top Five Stories From Friday You Must Read Today

Oct 27 - by Louis Kalinga for sportpesa news

FKF to pick 32 players for a high level training in Spain, Everton travel to Old Trafford

Crystal Palace's French midfielder Mamadou Sakho wins a header from Everton's Brazilian striker Richarlison during the English Premier League football match between Everton and Crystal Palace at Goodison Park in Liverpool, north west England on October 21, 2018. PHOTO/AFP

  • Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek's hopes of getting regular playing time in the Premier League are hindered by the club's wealth of talent in his position, says manager Maurizio Sarri
  • Another meek performance in losing for the fifth time this season in midweek to Juventus has put Jose Mourinho's position as Manchester United manager back in peril ahead of in-form Everton's visit to Old Trafford on Sunday
  • Champions Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) RFC and Resolution Impala Saracens RFC will renew rivalry for the third year in a row during the 37th edition of the Impala Rugby Floodlit tournament final at Impala Club in Nairobi on Saturday night


NAIROBI, Kenya-   Football Kenya Federation (FKF) will pick 32 players from the second edition ofChapa Dimba na Safaricom that kicks off in Western region on Saturday to attend a high level training in Spain next year.

Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek's hopes of getting regular playing time in the Premier League are hindered by the club's wealth of talent in his position, says manager Maurizio Sarri

Another meek performance in losing for the fifth time this season in midweek to Juventus has put Jose Mourinho's position as Manchester United manager back in peril ahead of in-form Everton's visit to Old Trafford on Sunday.

A confident Sloane Stephens stormed into a semi slot at the WTA Finals with a convincing straight sets victory against top seed Angelique Kerber Friday, joining fellow debutant Kiki Bertens in the knockout stage.

Here are the top five stories from Friday compiled by SportPesa News that you must read today:

FKF, LaLiga To Pick 32 Players For Spain Training

NAIROBI, Kenya- Football Kenya Federation (FKF) will pick 32 players from the second edition ofChapa Dimba na Safaricom that kicks off in Western region on Saturday to attend a high level training in Spain next year. The competition, to be run by FKF in conjunction with Spanish association, the LaLiga, has attracted 1,600 teams. READ MORE

Chelsea In Loftus-Cheek Conundrum After Europa Hat-Trick

LONDON, United Kingdom- Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek's hopes of getting regular playing time in the Premier League are hindered by the club's wealth of talent in his position, says manager Maurizio Sarri. Sarri was speaking after 22-year-old Loftus-Cheek advertised his talents in the best possible manner by scoring a hat-trick in the 3-1 win over Belarus outfit BATE Borisov in their Europa League group clash late Thursday. READ MORE

Repeat Finalists KCB, Impala Rev Up For Floodies Title Charge

NAIROBI, Kenya- Champions Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) RFC and Resolution Impala Saracens RFC will renew rivalry for the third year in a row during the 37th edition of the Impala Rugby Floodlit tournament final at Impala Club in Nairobi on Saturday night. Impala named a strong squad of 23 for the showdown with great hope of capturing the title they lost to the bankers last season. READ MORE

Everton Threat Looms Large Over Limping Giants Man United

LONDON, England- Another meek performance in losing for the fifth time this season in midweek to Juventus has put Jose Mourinho's position as Manchester United manager back in peril ahead of in-form Everton's visit to Old Trafford on Sunday. On a run of just one win in seven games in all competitions, United already look out of the title race, nine points adrift of Manchester City and Liverpool, but are also in danger of missing out on the top four with Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham also just two points off the top. READ MORE

Stephens Beats Top Seed Kerber, Advances Into WTA Semis

SINGAPORE, Singapore- A confident Sloane Stephens stormed into a semi slot at the WTA Finals with a convincing straight sets victory against top seed Angelique Kerber Friday, joining fellow debutant Kiki Bertens in the knockout stage.The former US Open champion continued her unbeaten run in Singapore with a 6-3, 6-3 triumph in 101 minutes, her fifth straight-sets victory in a row over Kerber.  READ MORE