Harambee Stars wished well ahead of Uganda match

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The defender was among those called up for Kenya duty but requested to stay out

Harambee Stars are hosting Uganda Cranes on Thursday at Machakos County Stadium and defender Eric ‘Marcelo’ Ouma has wished them well.

The former Gor Mahia player, who now plies his trade at Georgian Premier League side KolKheti Poti, has posted a message of good wish and patriotism for Harambee Stars on his official facebook page, few hours to the Uganda match.

He was among the players called up by coach Stanley Okumbi for the national duties but he requested to acclimatize with his new European club where he has so far impressed in the few matches played.

Kenya will play their second friendly match on Sunday against DR Congo at the same venue. 

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