Returning Harambee Stars goalkeeper Arnold Origi ahs urged his teammates to show up when they take on Comoros on Wednesday night.
Origi is expected to be between the sticks in the match this being his first time with the team after almost four years out and according to the keeper who just left HIFK, the coaches had prepared them well for the task ahead.
“Comoros is definitely a team worth looking out for but I believe the coaches have prepared us sufficiently and the ball now falls in our court to deliver a positive result,” Origi is quoted by the Federation’s portal.
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His winning sentiments were echoed by head coach Jacob Mulee who asserted that the team has prepared well and was confident of recording positive results.
On his part, coach Ghost Mulee said that the team had prepared well for the tie and was hopeful for a positive result come Wednesday.
“Despite the delays caused by the COVID-19 restrictions, I believe we have trained sufficiently for the AFCON qualifier match tomorrow and I hope that we will attain a positive result,” Mulee added.
According to the federation, every player who was called to the camp has arrived bar the Zambian trio comprising of Ian Otieno, John Makwatta, and David Owino who had a flight delay; the players expected to join the rest of the team in the evening.