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Football | Kenya

Wesley Kemboi @ SS com

Michel keeps faith with squad



Harambee Stars coach Henri Michel has maintained the team that went down 2-1 against South Africa in October in a friendly match staged at Nyayo Stadium.

He has however included Jerry Santo and Patrick Oboya who missed the last assignment on club duties.

The team is set to report to residential training on Sunday and foreign-based players are expected to trickle into camp as from next week.

Kenya will be meeting Tanzania for the 10th time in their history with four wins, four defeats and two draws registered by the former.

Squad

Goalkeepers: Arnold Origi (Ull/Kisa), Fredrick Onyango (Gor Mahia)

Defenders: Simiyu Wafula (AFC Leopards), Eugene Asike( Sofapaka), Geoffrey Kokoyo (Ulinzi Stars), James Mulinge (Ulinzi Stars), Brian Mandela (Santos), Christopher Wekesa (Gor Mahia, James Situma (Sofapaka )

Midfielders: Victor Wanyama Celtic (Scotland) Jerry Santos (Coastal Union, Peter Opiyo (Tusker), Charles Okwemba (AFC Leopards), Patrick Osiako (Hapoel Be'er Sheva), Francis Kahata (Thika United), Andrew Tololwa (Mathare United), Osborne Monday (Sofapaka)

Forwards: Dennis Oliech (Auxerre), Wesley Kemboi (Western Stima), Moses Arita (Thika United), Ayub Timbe (RC Genk), Patrick Oboya (MFK Ruzomberok)



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