Harambee Stars custodian and former St Georges goalie Patrick Matasi set the records clear during an interview with Radio Jambo presenter Fred Arocho. Matasi who got a nasty injury from a road accident opened up about how he survived the accident and also talked about the Harambee Stars squad ahead of World Cup qualifiers.
The experienced custodian claims he almost lost his life together with his wife and son during the road accident. He says the survival was through Gods intervention. Matasi thanked the well-wishers who donated especially Michael Olunga in partnership with Oddibets kenya for paying his medical bills. The international footballer ended his contract with St Georges and has been rumoured to be joining Tusker FC as a free agent.
When asked about the national team snub. Matasi said every manager has his own plans and the players called in the squad are equal to the task. He says he will continue working hard to revive his form and looks forward to representing Kenya again. "it is every player's joy to represent the country ".matasi was quoted. Kenya will be expecting a win against their neighbors Uganda Cranes. However, the match is tipped to be a tough one.
The East African giants are currently in Syria where they are camping ahead of the tie against Kenya. Meanwhile,Kenya has not lined up any friendly match so far. We still have more than a week to prepare as Ghost Mulee plans to pull a surprise win.
We wish the team all the best ahead of the crunch down. For more news updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner.
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