Harambee Stars coach drops KPL topscorer from AFCON squad

I am picking the best possible squad and most of the times it provides a headache – Migne
Kenya drop KPL topscorer Wanga from AFCON squad
Kenya’s forward Allan Wanga (C) vies with Mauritius defender Louis Marco Dorza (R) during the 2018 Fifa World Cup first round qualifying match between Mauritius and Kenya. AFP PHOTO / NICOLAS LARCHE (Photo by NICOLAS LARCHE / AFP)

Harambee Stars coach Sebastian Migne has shockingly dropped Kenya Premier League topscorer Allan Wanga from his 2019 Africa Cup of Nations squad.

The gaffer also left out AFC Leopards midfielder Whyvonee Isuza and Kariobangi Sharks goalkeeper Brian Bwire from the 27-man squad heading to France for a three-week boot camp.

“I am picking the best possible squad and most of the times it provides a headache,” explained Migne.

“I am the coach and have to think about today and tomorrow. Every squad has surprises and for me John Avire is the surprise. I am looking forward to working with him and also Masoud Juma for the strikers positions because they have interesting quality.”

Your Friends Also Read:  Maja, Moffi, Moses Score as Nigerians Star in Europe

Football Kenya Federation President, Nick Mwendwa believes the Harambee stars are well prepared for the tournament;

“The Africa Cup of Nations is 25 days away but for us the tournament starts now with a trip to France,” Nick Mwendwa said.

“We have prepared very well and are going to try our best and get out of the group.”

Kenya are in Group C of the AFCON where they play Senegal, Algeria and Tanzania.


All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from News Central TV.
Your Friends Also Read:  Mali emerge CAF U-20 champions

Contact: digital@newscentral.ng

Total
0
Shares

Leave a Reply

Previous Article
FIFA U-20 World Cup: Nigeria through to last 16 with Ukraine draw

FIFA U-20 World Cup: Nigeria through to last 16 with Ukraine draw

Next Article

Tanzania’s LNG plant construction to begin in 2022

Related Posts
Powered by Live Score & Live Score App