Kenya will be in double confrontation against Comoros for the Africa Cup of Nations in November. And Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee has promised to keep the squad his predecessor Francis Kimanzi selected.
The new Harambee Stars coach believe this selection meets his expectations.
‘Ghost’ has now revealed to Goal he will not make changes to the Kenya squad which beat Zambia 2-1 in a Fifa international friendly a fortnight ago. “It would not be in order to change a winning squad.”
“As we speak now, my mind is already in the Comoros double-header. And any good coach cannot change a winning team. They just beat Zambia a few days ago. I will stick with the team which played against Zambia.” ‘Ghost’ continued.
Kenya will move to residential training on 26 October first with local-based players, before the foreign-based stars start arriving on 2 November. The first match is set for Kasarani Stadium on 11 November.
Kenya are currently second in Group G after managing two draws from their first two matches – 1-1 against Egypt away in Cairo and the same scoreline against Togo in Nairobi.