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Newly promoted Kisumu All Stars have elicited mixed reactions following a Facebook post made on their official page.

The team which now joins the SportPesa League after last weekend’s win against Thika United has condemned the new ‘fake’ jerseys that have hit the Kisumu market.

The merchandise which are retailing for at least KES 1,000 are said to be already on high demand following the team’s perfomance in the National Super League last season.

According to the post seen by KISUMUINSYDER.CO.KE, the team’s management feels that it’s not the right time to engage in printing of replica jerseys as they are yet to embark on the exercise before releasing them to the public.

The team has called out on peddlers of the fake units, condemning them for denying the team revenue made from the sale of replica jerseys.

“Be weary of FAKE replica jerseys doing around various social platforms claiming to be of Kisumu All Stars FC.

The club will soon come up with official replica jerseys and there will be a communication on its distribution and where to be purchased for the support of the club” the post read

Well, another section of fans feel that there’s nothing wrong with the jerseys being made available from already existing outlets as it will give the team the much needed publicity freely.

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