Top Five Stories From Thursday You Must Read Today

Nov 23 - by Erick Ochieng for sportpesa news

Former England striker Robbie Fowler to share his experience with Kenyans as Ibrahimovic revists his experience at Manchester United

Former Liverpool FC striker and England legend, Robbie Fowler, in his hey days.PHOTO/BARCLAYS BANK OF KENYA

  • Harambee Stars players are set to benefit from a football clinic to be be conducted by Former Liverpool FC striker, Robbie Fowler,at Camp Toyoyo Grounds in Nairobi on  Friday
  • The Macau Grand Prix's street circuit is not to blame for a teen driver's horrific crash on Sunday, her team boss has said after the accident raised concerns about safety standards
  • The winner-take-all pay-per-view meeting of the 19-time major winners is at least a decade past its sell-by date.
    Mickelson, 48, and Woods, 42, were once fierce opponents, regularly sparring for the sport's biggest prizes
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed he was told by "everyone" not to risk his reputation by playing in England but how a successful spell at Manchester United made him feel young again -- "like Benjamin Button"

NAIROBI, Kenya- Former Liverpool  FC and England legend, Robbie Fowler, who jetted into the country on Thursday morning,  will offer coaching tips to national team players at Camp Toyoyo  Grounds in Nairobi in his three day visit.

Fowler will also share his career experience and business ideas with university students from across the country.

The Macau Grand Prix's street circuit  was on Thursday vindicated from the horrific crash by Seventeen-year-old German Sophia Floersch last Sunday.

Former Manchester United forward, Zlatan Ibrahimovic  admitted on the day that he felt like  a ‘Superman’ in his days at the club while LeBron James made a triumphant return to Cleveland and received a standing ovation from supportive fans before leading the Los Angeles Lakers over the Cavaliers to a 109-105 victory.

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

Harambee Stars Players To Benefit From Liverpool Legend Fowler

NAIROBI, Kenya- Harambee Stars players are set to benefit from a football clinic to be be conducted by Former Liverpool FC striker, Robbie Fowler,at Camp Toyoyo Grounds in Nairobi on  Friday.The English Premier League (EPL) legend arrived in Kenya on Thursday for a three day visit which will see him share his career experience and business ideas with university students and football players from across the country.READ MORE

Macau Grand Prix Circuit Vindicated From Floersch's Horrific Crash

HONG KONG, China- The Macau Grand Prix's street circuit is not to blame for a teen driver's horrific crash on Sunday, her team boss has said after the accident raised concerns about safety standards.

Seventeen-year-old Sophia Floersch's Formula Three car catapulted spectacularly over safety barriers during Sunday's race, fracturing the Van Amersfoort Racing driver's spine and injuring four others.READ MORE

Woods, Mickelson For Lucrative Las Vegas Golf Contest

LOS ANGELES, United States - A must-see collision between two of golf's greatest rivals or a cynical multi-million-dollar cash-grab?Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will go head-to-head in Las Vegas on Friday with opinion divided over the merits of a contest that will see the winner pocket $9 million.READ MORE

Ibrahimovic: I Felt Like ‘Superman’ While At Manchester United

LONDON, United Kingdom- Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed he was told by "everyone" not to risk his reputation by playing in England but how a successful spell at Manchester United made him feel young again -- "like Benjamin Button".The 37-year-old Swedish forward made a high-profile switch to Old Trafford in July 2016 after leaving Paris Saint-Germain, initially on a one-season contract.READ MORE

Standing Ovation For ‘King’ James As Lakers Edge Cavaliers

NEW YORK, United States- LeBron James made a triumphant return to Cleveland and received a standing ovation from supportive fans before leading the Los Angeles Lakers over the Cavaliers 109-105 on Wednesday.James scored 32 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and made seven assists to spark the Lakers, who closed the contest with an 18-6 run to win for the sixth time in seven games.READ MORE