The newly appointed Harambee Stars coach Sebastien Migne has introduced a new system of play in the team, reveals midfielder Francis Kahata.
Speaking during a training session revealed that the team is currently going through a transition under Migne even as he remains upbeat that Stars will shine brighter over Swaziland on Friday.
“The coach has come with a different training method, but we are here to learn from home and give him the support so that he can take the team far.”
Harambee Stars are currently preparing for two international build-up matches with a second set for Monday against Equatorial Guinea.
Kahata said that team’s preparation is a unique one with a number of new faces, both in the playing unit and the technical bench, though the Gor Mahia midfielder reiterated the initial call by teammate Haron Shakava for fans to turn up in large numbers and cheer the team to victory.
“I hope well win the game against Swaziland. I hope our fans will turn up to support the team on Friday,” Shakava appealed to fans.