We have featured in two friendly matches already that are intended to prepare the players for the tough upcoming fixtures against Togo and the Pharaohs.
Though snatching slim wins against bour East African counterparts many have suggested that we need to come up with more competitive friendly matches, that involves featuring teams that are above is in the FIFA rankings the likes of Namibia probably South Africa, Tunisia or Algeria.
But all in all from the two friendly matches we can all attest that the home based players are a depth to watch, the questions about their quality non debatable for now, each and every single player that featured in the two friendlies gave it their all and for sure Ghost Mulee will be seeking to unfold more potential from these sensations.
One thing that came up, is the the depth we have in our midfied, we have a good number of players that can occupy that center line be it on the bench or the ones choosen as the 1st eleven they can all replicate each other impressive performance the moment they are on the field of play.
In the football, some of the distinguished factor that separates good football managers from the trial and error ones is the ability to apply the squad rotation approach to matches without experiencing difficulties but it turning out to be a perfectly designed center line.
Do we have the tactical awareness from our bench to do this? Because if it's bthe depth bits there so what remains is the able legendary Ghost to develop a craft in which each and every single player whether Home or foreign based will be able to adapt in without a struggle.
So who are these midfieders that Mulee is yet to unless their full potential? They include;
1. Johhana Omollo.
2. Michael Mutinda
3. Kenneth Muguna.
1. Victor Wanyama
2. Danson Chetambe
3. Anthony Akumu.
1. Laurence Juma
2. Kevin Juma
3. Collins Sichenje
3. Austin odhiambo
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