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Wanyama urges Stars on against Burundi



Kenyan international midfielder Victor Wanyama has wished Harambee Stars all the best as they face Burundi in a CHAN qualifying match on Sunday in Nairobi.

Mugubi who arrived in Nairobi on Wednesday night from his club Celtic for a short holiday urged the players to be focused and added that nothing was impossible despite having a one goal disadvantage against the visitors.

"I want to take this opportunity to wish Stars all the best as they tackle Burundi. The team might have fell to a goal in their away game but as long as they believe in themselves they can make it and overturn the results. I know it will be a difficult game but playing at home I know they can make it," Wanyama told supersport.com.

Wanyama also took time to talk on the many speculations on his move from Scottish champions Celtic saying, "Right now am focussing on my game and I have left everything to Celtic and my agent. I know I will be anywhere where God wants me to be as long as I play football," he told supersport.com.

There have been speculation that top English Premier League teams have shown interest with him with the latest being Manchester United.

Wanyama will return to Scotland on Tuesday night after a short holiday to visit his family members.



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