Harambee Stars to depart for Morocco
10 October 2014, 10:52
Nairobi - Harambee Stars will depart for Morocco ready to take on the challenge of the Atlas Lions.
The Stars held a training session Thursday buoyed by the presence of Captain Victor
Wanyama who arrived Wednesday.
The team departs today
Friday aboard an Emirates Airlines flight at 10PM to Dubai before taking the connecting
flight to Casablanca ahead of their International friendly match against
Morocco on Monday.
They will return back Tuesday
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Two other foreign based
players Goalkeeper Arnold Origi and Ayub Timbe will link up with the rest of
the team in Morocco .
Head Coach Bobby Williamson
said that he is happy with the players progression during the training. "We
shall miss the services of Allan Wanga who has a cup final match with his club
in Sudan but I am impressed with the new call ups. We are in the process of building
a team for the future and I salute Victor for his patriotism," he said.
The Stars will be looking to get over a 1-0 loss to Egypt in their last international friendly match.For the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page!