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FKF boss Mwendwa blamed for Harambee Stars selection – Weekly Citizen

by kenya-tribune

Football Kenya Federation  President Nick Mwendwa has been blamed in the raging outcry following a shocking decision to drop Kenyan Premier League top scorer Allan Wanga from Stars squad for Afcon.

The surprise move comes after another shocking exclusion made by head coach Sebastien Migne that saw Zambia based striker Jesse Were dropped from the squad ahead of final African Cup of Nations qualifier in Ghana.

Stakeholders and football lovers have accused Mwendwa of using his influential position to frustrate good players in favour of his team Kariobangi Sharks Fc.

It remains unclear why Migne decided to leave out the Kakamega Homeboyz forward from the squad, despite his stellar performance.

The squad, which comprises of 27 players, is expected to depart for France on Friday and camp there for 19 days, before traveling to Egypt for the start of the competition on June 23.

The team’s first match will be against Algeria in Group C.  The other teams in the same pool with Harambee Stars are Senegal and Tanzania.

This is the full squad:


Goalkeepers: Patrick Matasi, John Oyemba, and Faruk Shikalo.

Forwards: Masud Juma, John Avire, Michael Olunga, and Christopher Mbamba

Defenders: Philemon Otieno, Eric Ouma, Brian Mandela, Abud Omar, Joash Onyango, Joseph Okumu, Musa Mohammed, David Owino, and Bernard Ochieng

Mid fielders: Victor Wanyama, Eric Johanna, Paul Were, Cliffton Miheso, Johanna Omollo, Anthony Akumu, Francis Kahata, Ismael Gonzalez, Ayub Timbe, Ovella Ochieng, and Dennis Odhiambo.

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