Harambee stars midfielder Enock Momanyi is the only player from national super league that made it to the harambee stars lineup so far in camp. The talanta FC attacking midfielder was so impressive for his side this season catching the eye of national team coach Jacob Ghost Mulee.Speaking to the journalists at the team's training camp,the youngster was happy to receive a message from the team's management.
He claims that he was in a car travelling home before making a u- turn back to the camp. Momanyi helped his side to gain promotion to the Kenya premier league next season for the first time in history. He will be fighting for a place against the likes of Kenneth Muguna, Lawrence Juma and Dancan Otieno who plays for Azam FC of Tanzania, Sofapaka FC of Kenya and Power Dynamos of Zambia respectfully.
Momanyi is delighted for the call up and says that it will be one of the many call ups in the near future. His raw talent can not be desputed but he will need more coaching in order to unleash his full potential. When asked about the team's preparation so far, the versatile midfielder was happy with the reception in camp, the training tactics, professionalism as well as the roommate. He is currently sharing a room with Clifton Miheso.
He was impressive against Tusker FC yesterday in a friendly match played behind closed doors. All eyes will be on Ghost Mulee as he is expected to name the final squad very soon.
We wish him all the best ahead of the World Cup qualifiers. For more news updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner
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