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Football | Cecafa Kagame Cup

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Nandwa promises changes



Kenya’s U23 Coach James Nandwa has vowed to make changes to his team that will face South Sudan on Tuesday in a match that could decide Kenya’s fate in this year’s Cecafa Tusker Challenge Cup.

Nandwa witnessed his side go down 1-0 against Uganda in a hard fought match saw them stay third in the group.

Speaking after their training session on Monday, the Rangers coach made it clear that they are going for nothing but a win in their upcoming fixture.

“I’ll make two or three changes on the team. We have to come up with an attacking line up that will ensure that the team goes for a win.”

“We aim to score two or three goals tomorrow because we have the intentions to remain in the tournament in this edition.”

Also present at the training ground was Mike Barasa who was ruled out of the previous match due to stomach upset.

The Leopards forward trained with the rest of the squad and it has been confirmed that he will lead from the front when they clash with South Sudan.

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