There is no permanent place at Harambee Stars, declares coach Sebastien Migne

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Migne is yet to work with a number of foreign-based players like Captain Victor Wanyama and Michael Olunga

There is no permanent place for any player in the Harambee Stars' squad, declares Coach Sebastien Migne.

The French tactician is currently putting up a squad that will do duty for the country in an Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers against Ghana in September.

Migne, who took over from Paul Put, has singled out a number of players who have since attracted his eyes.

The Harambee Stars tactician had an opportunity to watch the quality he has at his disposal during the Hero International Cup staged in India.

"Pistone (Mutamba) showed me some quality. Matasi (Patrick) also have some quality and Atudo (Jockins). We all know he solid, strong and experienced player.

“But you have to know that in my philosophy, the door is always open for entry and for the exit,” said Migne.

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Migne also identified Teddy Osok of Sofapaka as among the players he will be working with, in the future.

“Osok showed me some qualities some two weeks ago, maybe he’s not ready for the first team but the under 23.”

Migne is yet to work with a number of foreign-based players like Captain Victor Wanyama and Michael Olunga.

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