Harambee Stars learning: Jerim
09 October 2014, 11:19
Nairobi - Harambee Stars goalkeeper Jerim Onyango says they are learning from their newly found friendly matches exposure.
The Stars will take on Morocco next week Monday in a friendly match in Marrakesh. It will be the second friendly of that type against strong opposition, having played Egypt last month.
The Gor Mahia goalie says that the Stars are looking forward to the match as it represents a strong learning curve.
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" It is a game we look forward to because we need game time and exposure too, he said.
" The importance of this game is huge to us. It is significant that we are able to perform well and improve our ranking too, he added.
The Stars will carry a 20 man squad to Morocco for the clash.
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