Tusker players saluted for Harambee Stars call-ups

The Brewers are happy for their talented players who have earned slots in Harambee Stars’ line-up named for friendly

Two Tusker players were among those named by Harambee Stars head coach Stanley Okumbi on Thursday ahead of Angola friendly match.

The two are defender Marlon Tangauzi and midfielder Jackson Macharia, who have earned first call-ups. The Brewers have congratulated the duo in a statement published on the club’s website wishing them well ahead of the national duty.

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"Tusker FC would like to congratulate the duo of Defender Marlon Tangauzi and midfielder Jackson Macharia for getting their maiden senior national team call-up. The duo have been impressive since being handed starting roles by coach George "Best" Nsimbe. The Tusker fc family wishes the two all the best."

The match will be played on June 4 at Machakos County Stadium and the 26-man provisional squad is expected at the camp on May 28.

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