The Frenchman made some unpopular selection decisions, dropping Kenyan Premier League (KPL) top scorer and Kakamega Homeboyz striker Allan Wanga, and Jesse Were of Zesco United in Zambia in favour of the 'untested' John Avire Sofapaka and Masoud Juma (unattached).
“Wanga is our top scorer, 18 goals a season is not easy and he could have been given first priority,” Omollo told Goal in an interview.
“He has been excellent this season and he has a massive experience that could have helped the team to record good results.
"Looking at the other countries, they took their best players, players who have been performing domestically as well.
“Migne opted to go for the strikers whose form is wanting, players who have struggled to score goals.
"Being a head coach of a national team is different, it is about immediate results and the likes of Wanga could have helped him achieve that.”