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WHAT A START.....

IT’S OUR FIRST APPEARANCE IN A LEAGUE AT THE LEVEL OF PROVINCIAL AND SO FAR SO GOOD.After playing five games,three home games and two away we managed to win 3, draw 1 and lose 1.This means we have picked 10points from a possible 15.The season kicked off with a home…

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Added by abdulnasir dumila on April 10, 2012 at 9:30am — No Comments

Dasac director has describe his under 15 team 1-0 win over Aston Villa on Saturday quarter final as 'fundamental'.He claims the under 15 team has increased fitness level giving the hope of Dasac as t…

Dasac director has describe his under 15 team 1-0 win over Aston Villa on Saturday quarter final as 'fundamental'.He claims the under 15 team has increased fitness level giving the hope of Dasac as they are doing good in under 18 Idd-ul-Hajj Cup.
''I hardly believe these young boys could defeat a big team like Aston that has good and truly remarkable players,its the key to our young boys improvement'' Continue

Added by blackarab on October 30, 2011 at 5:32am — No Comments

ALI PLAYS BLAME REFEREES

Dasac coach believes referee should have awarded a penalty and sent off Yanga central defender for an alleged down a Dasac striker mudhafar inside the area in the 82nd minutes.

''we played well in the beginning our oppornent didn't enter our half of th pitch.we had great chances to score and we failed to capitalìse on them.Yanga players they know how to waste time and how to not give the ball back....our players especially fullback defender Saeed Kandenya dont feel comfortable in this sort… Continue

Added by Juma Galana said on September 19, 2011 at 2:42pm — 2 Comments

Frustrated Ali blames officials

Dasac manager Ali Musa points fingers on referee lacking experience thus making poor decision.

The lions were behind 2-1 when they were denied two clear fouls committed against them in the 18 yard box.

The match did not end as angry fans crowed in the ground forcing the central referee to end the match.

''we started better than Yanga,played very well but few mistakes gave them two simple goals,we knew we were going to win but the central referee ruined the game as we were trying… Continue

Added by blackarab on September 18, 2011 at 11:08pm — 1 Comment

Dasac faces Yanga

Dasac and Yanga will both be looking for a place in semi-finals when the two sides meet at Ngala on Sunday
Dasac have won all the games in the KFF league with only a 0-0 draw away against Coast's Sakata ball champions MaweniDasac and Yanga will both be looking for a place in semi-finals when the two sides meet at Ngala on Sunday
Dasac have won all the games in the KFF league with only a 0-0 draw away against Coast's Sakata ball champions Maweni

Added by blackarab on September 17, 2011 at 3:12pm — No Comments

Dasac through to quarters

Dasac 2-0 Midzi: Maestro and Duner among the scorers as the beach soccer champions faces Yanga in quarter final.
It was rather uneventful encounter as neither side could break their opponents down during the first half, but Maestro refused to take the game to shootouts after Cappy's 54th minute cross from left gave his side advantage.
The victory was confirmed on 77 minutes when Midzi's keeper could not stop Duner's long shot from centre and filled the fans with joy.

Added by ruwehy on September 12, 2011 at 8:16am — No Comments

Kandenya: Midzi clash is 'must-win'

Dasac centre back Saeed Kandenya has labelled his side's clash against Midzi on Sunday as a 'must-win' match.
The former Midzi defender beleives if his side are to win the title they must work equally hard the four remaining matches to claim the champions regardless of who they are playing.
''I was a Midzi player its a good team,infact its among top ten best in Malindi, we need to win against them to proceed to quarter-final.''

Added by blackarab on September 10, 2011 at 6:19am — No Comments

Dasac Vs Midzi (last 16)

Dasac have an excellent possibility of winning this sunday 11th of September as they host Midzi if they continue to play like they have during the group stages.
Dasac top the groud D while Midzi were third in group B

Added by blackarab on September 8, 2011 at 7:03pm — No Comments

PAST GROUP STAGE AND WE SING THE UNBEATEN SONG.......

After playing six crucial games with most players fasting the month of ramadhan we top our group in style.DASAC KENYA team is used to the moves of the 'unbeaten song dance.' we play quater-finals on 4th sept.2011  thanks to asst.coaches ALI and JUMA.  GLORY GLORY DASAC-KENYA...................................DASAC 0-0 MAWENI, BARANI 2-3 DASAC,  DASAC 1-0 SHARKS,  DASAC 3-2 B.W,  VR 0-2 DASAC,   Our second martch was against QUTBI but did not kick off as the team failed to turn up hence a… Continue

Added by abdulnasir dumila on August 23, 2011 at 8:30pm — No Comments

DASAC KENYA IN TANZANIA

on 6th june 2011 the team was on its way from malindi to dar es salaam and the players were excited as this was their first football trip out of the country,every player was looking forward to a successful trip after three weeks of intensive training.  we spent the night in Mombasa but were on our way to Dar early the next morning. we arrived later in the evening and had some rest.…

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Added by abdulnasir dumila on August 2, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Juniour gets the Celebrate Africa Achievement Award for DASAC Kenya Project - October 2009

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Added by foxylens on October 15, 2009 at 4:00pm — No Comments

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