Kenneth Muguna included in the Harambee Stars squad to face Equatorial Guinea

KF Tirana.
Migne lost his maiden match when Kenya fell 0-1 to Swaziland on Friday but the Frenchman is optimism of a win

Harambee Stars have been boosted ahead of the clash against Equatorial Guinea following the inclusion of Kenneth Muguna.

The former Gor Mahia midfielder, who plies his trade with KF Tirana, was the latest inclusion in the squad by coach Sébastien Migné, who will be looking forward to a first win since he took over the job early in May.

Migne lost his maiden match when Stars fell 0-1 to Swaziland on Friday, but the Frenchman is optimism that Stars will give a good account of themselves against the West African country.

‘We created a lot of chances (against Swaziland) but unfortunately, we could not score. I am, however, optimistic that we can get a positive result against Equatorial Guinea,’ said coach Migné.

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The match is set to be played at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos starting at 3pm.

Tickets will retail at Sh300 VIP and Sh100 terrace.


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