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Stars Cecafa squad named



Football Kenya Federation has released a 25-man squad that will participate in the upcoming Cecafa Tusker Challenge Cup in Kampala.

The team will report to camp on Sunday with less than a week to the tournament that kicks off on 24th November to 8th December.

Kenya has been grouped alongside Ethiopia, Uganda and South Sudan and they will open the competition with a match against rivals Uganda Cranes.

Kenya U23 Coach James Nandwa has been tasked to lead the team, assisted by former City Stars coach Ken Odhiambo since Harambee Stars coach Henri Michel has opted to focus on CHAN.

The team is comprised of one foreign-based player, defender Lawrence Olum who plays in MLS for Sporting Kansas City and Patil Omotto from Nationwide side Kariobangi Sharks who makes his debut.

Squad:

Goalkeepers: Martin Musalia (Mathare United), Boniface Oluoch (Tusker), Duncan Ochieng (Sofapaka)

Defenders: Ibrahim Shikanda (Azam), Thomas Wanyama (Sofapaka), Abdallah Juma (Sofapaka), Milton Milimo (KCB), Joseph Shikokoti (Tusker), David Owino (Gor Mahia), Joackins Atudo (Tusker), Martin Imbalambala (AFC Leopards), Lawrence Olum (Sporting Kansas City), Patil Omotto (Kariobangi Sharks)

Midfielders: Bernard Mangoli (AFC Leopards), Humphrey Mieno (Sofapaka), Anthony Kimani (Sofapaka), Francis Kahata (Sofapaka), Paul Were (AFC Leopards), Clifton Miheso (Thika United)

Strikers: Mike Baraza (AFC Leopards), Rama Salim (Gor Mahia), Allan Wanga (AFC Leopards), Edwin Lavatsa (Gor Mahia), Enock Agwanda (Sony Sugar), Paul Kiongera Mungai (KCB)



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