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Football | Kenya

Nandwa eyes Libya scalp



Harambee Stars coach James Nandwa will go for nothing short of victory when they face Libya in Tripoli on Wednesday in a friendly match.

They team has pitched camp in Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani for weeks as they engaged in training.

According to the former Tusker tactician they hope to improve in the Fifa rankings.

“I want us to win and a draw at worst. At the moment, we are looking at our Fifa rankings and that is what we want to improve.”

“This match will be used as a build up to the World Cup qualifiers against Nigeria and we want to give a good account of ourselves.”

The team is set to depart from Nairobi early Sunday morning before they start their campaign against the North African side on next week.

Squad

Goalkeepers: Arnold Origi (Lillestrom), Duncan Ochieng (Sofapaka) and Boniface Oluoch (Tusker)

Defenders: Jockins Atudo (Azam), David Owino (Gor Mahia), David Ochieng (Tusker), Abdalla Juma (Sofapaka) and Antony Kimani (AFC Leopards)

Midfielders: Victor Wanyama (Celtic), Francis Kahata (Thika United), Humphrey Mieno (Azam), Peter Opiyo (Tusker), Clifton Miheso (Thika United), Paul Were (AFC Leopards), Ayub Timbe (Racing Genk), David Gateri (ASD Capetown) and Kevin Omondi (Gor Mahia FC)

Forwards: Rama Salim (Gor Mahia), Mungai Kiongera (Gor Mahia), Dennis Oliech (Auxerre), Mike Barasa (AFC Leopards) and Jesse Were (Tusker FC)



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