Kenya's Harambee Stars is in Group E in the African qualifiers for the FIFA 2022 World Cup. Stars will play against Uganda, Mali and Rwanda.
Kenya(Harambee Stars) under the leadership of Ghost Mulee will seek to reach World Cup for the first time.
The group appears easy for me Kenya on paper. The team that will top the group will advance to the knockout stages.
Harambee Stars can easily qualify if these four players are involved in the squad. In striking Michael Olunga and Masud Juma. These two have been performing really well for their respective clubs. Olunga who plays for Al Duhail SC in Qatar League has been unstoppable since he joined the club. Masud Juma on the other plays for Al Jadidi in the Moroccan league whereby he has been involved in almost all the matches.
Eric Marcelo Ouma and Joseph Okumu should be included in defence. The two play in the Swedish league for AIK and Elfsborg respectively. They have been linked for a potential move to big clubs in Europe this summer transfer window.
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