Weeks to the start of the African Cup of Nations in Egypt, the Harambee Stars of Kenya might need to look for another training camp for their AFCON preparations as two other teams have already booked the venue they intended to use.
According to Kenya’s head coach Sebastein Migne, he travelled to France with Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa in late February and identified a camp in Paris, but with the state of events at the moment, he might now need to look for another option.
“Unfortunately we will be obliged to change because we were late to book the camp. You know the reason; it was difficult to have funds from government and I am a little afraid because I booked the camp but didn’t pay for it,”
“Two teams will be there and I don’t want to share the location with two other teams. We will see after the draw who we will play then we will make a decision,” the tactician stated.
“For now we will be focused on the draw and our opponents as well as the location of our group in Egypt and after that we will look to have the best preparations for this kind of event. We have already wasted time and now every day counts. We can’t waste any more time,” The Harambee Stars of Kenya who will be at the African Cup of Nations for the first time since 2004 will be in Pot four for the draw which takes place in Cairo, Egypt.
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