On Saturday 25 August, the Kenyan national team Harambee Stars will be taking on the Jamaican Reggae Boys in a friendly match to be played at the Rentschler Stadium in Connecticut, USA.
Ahead of the match, Kenya’s head Coach James Nandwa released a squad of players, which breaking tradition, did not have players from Kenyan Premier League’s Mathare United.
Speaking of the decision to leave out Mathare United player, the club’s Chairman Bob Munro, says that as much as he doesn’t agree with the selection, he is sure Nandwa has a strategy in place.
-Mathare United has very many good players, who I am sure would have made the squad, Munro told Futaa.com.
-I, however, know that each coach has his own strategy and game plan, and in this regard I respect Coach Nandwa’s decion.
Munro also wished the Stars success, adding that he is fully behind them.
-I support the national team and I wish them good luck in their upcoming venture.
Munro was speaking after the team’s Thursday 16 August training session.