Mickey Ragos: Kenya’s undisputed muscleman

Mickey Ragos: Kenya’s undisputed muscleman

The son of a Kenya Railways employee who lived in Nairobi’s Makongeni after relocating from Busia, Ragos had already won the Mr. Nairobi title by the time he had finished high school in 1966. He won it consecutively between 1966 and 1969 before winning the prestigious Mr. Kenya title in 1969, the first of many titles over the ensuing years.

This man Reinhard Fabisch

This man Reinhard Fabisch

The mention of Reinhard Fabisch is always guaranteed to spark nostalgic feelings amongst many a football lover.

Fabisch, born on 19th August 1950 is best remembered by Kenyan football fans for his three stints as Harambee Stars Head Coach.

His first stint saw him coach the national team in 1987, masterminding the team’s return to the 1988 African Cup of Nations after a sixteen year hiatus. He also steered the team to the final of the 1987 All African Games football tournament where they fell 1-0 to Egypt in the final played at a packed Moi International Sports Center on 12 August 1987.