Harambee Stars defender Joash Onyango believes the current team has the depth to register good results when they take on Desert Foxes of Algeria on Sunday in their opening match of this year’s Africa Cup of Nations at the 30 June Stadium.
The talented defender who might get a nod to start the match in the absence of South Africa based defender Brian Mandela who underwent knee surgery in France is upbeat the Sebastien Migne charges can pull a surprise in this year’s tournament.
Onyango said the current 23 man squad is the best ever assembled and they are up to the task.
He said the red card he received against Ghana during the qualifiers has made him grow as a footballer.
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Stars are upbeat after registering a 1-0 over Madagascar and playing to a 1-1 draw against powerhouse the Democratic Republic of Congo in international friendly matches.
After taking on Desert Foxes of Algeria, Harambee Stars will face Kilimanjaro Stars of Tanzania and Terenga Lions of Senegal in their final group ‘C’ matches.
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