WC qualifier: Kenya focused on Nigeria game

Coach of Harambee Stars Adel Amrouche has dismissed allegation of being under pressure, saying the team is focused on the World Cup qualifier against Nigeria.

Kenya host Nigeria on June in a second leg game at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani, after a 1-1 draw in the first leg played in Calabar.  


-There is no pressure; I came to build the team and instill motivation and good spirit to the players, Amrouche told

-We are working for victory; we are focused on the Nigeria match and doing all the best to win it as well as focusing on the future to fulfill our objectives, added the Algerian international.

Nigeria top Group F on five points, and are trailed by Malawi, Namibia, with Kenya at the bottom.



Mikel speaks ahead of Kenya clash
Amodu prefers W/Cup ticket to Confed cup
WC Qualifier: Kenya plot Nigeria fall

Football Calender

Did you know?

That you can follow all Kenyan Premier League games live on On the front page all games activated as live will appear and a link will take you to the live page.

Scores and scorers and awarded cards will appear on the fly. From the same page live games from other leagues can also be followed!