National soccer team Harambee Star’s head coach Sébastien Migné has expressed optimism that Joash Onyango will be fit for their final Group ‘C’ African Nations Cup match against Senegal on Monday next week.
The team is preparing to face Tanzania on Thursday in their second group match at the Military Stadium in Cairo, Egypt.
Stars started their campaign on a sour note losing 2-0 to Algeria but Migne says the side has a lot of positives to picked from improved second-half performance.
The team is currently tied with Tanzania in third spot with no points while Senegal and Algeria top the group with three points apiece after winning their opening games.
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Meanwhile, former Harambee Stars midfielder McDonald Mariga paid a visit to the national team.
The former Inter Milan midfielder stopped by to see his younger brother Victor Wanyama, who celebrated his 28th birthday on Tuesday night.
All the matches will be broadcast live on KBC Channel One, Radio Taifa and KBC’s vernacular FM stations.
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