Harambee Stars have been challenged to up their game after securing a ticket to the 2019 Afcon finals.
Former FKF boss Sam Nyamweya, while congratulating the team for booking a first Afcon ticket since 2004, challenge the national team to up their preparations ahead of the continental showdown.
“While we look forward to seeing the team play in the Africa Cup of Nations next year, it’s not time to sit on our laurels. The challenge is on the team to up its preparations,” Nyamweya said in a statement.
Nyamweya also claimed that Stars' recent success is due to the good foundation his administration put in place. “Harambee Stars has made the entire country proud and they have exhibited true Kenyan spirit of hard work. The boys have against all odds achieved what they had set out to.
“Looking back to their path, I feel happy because this is a team that we had laid foundation over five years ago when I was in office. Their achievement is a clear manifestation that with a good foundation we can achieve greater things.
“Qualifying to the Afcon has been a process. We set a ten-year plan and I am proud that what we set out to achieve has come to pass,” concluded Nyamweya.
Harambee Stars are set to pitch camp in France ahead of their trip to the