The national team Harambee stars are preparing to participate in the 2022 Qatar world cup qualification competition that is set to begin on eleventh November. This is after FIFA postponed the competitions from June to November due to increased covid 19 pandemic.
Good news to all Harambee stars fans as the team awaits the qualification competition is that, the tactician Jacob Mulee in allies with other coaches have organized for friendly matches. He believes through those friendly matches, the team's playing tactics will improve. For instance, Sebastian Migne who is the coach for Democratic Republic of Congo has said that, his team will be having a friendly match with Harambee stars before August.
In this summer season, two players from Harambee stars have managed to move to bigger clubs in Europe. For instance, Henry Ochieng moved from one of the clubs in the Irish league and moved to Watford who qualified for the next English Premier league season. Joseph Okumu has also finished his transfer to KAA GENT who qualified to play in the coming champions league competitions. This us a good show as it looks like the team will be having many players in the bigger clubs in the near future if the trend continues.
Fans, coaches and players are vividly waiting to hear good results after the competitions starts. They have also congratulated the two players for making it to that great level.
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