After the end of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations which saw Kenya fail to progress past the group stage after their two losses against eventual finalists Algeria and Senegal, a number of national team top footballers were axed from the team as since then they have never received any call up back to the team.
Some of this footballers are Johanna Omolo, Patrick Matasi, Ayub Timbe and former Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama who chose to retire from international football after constant ommisions from the team.Currently in Kenya for holiday, Ayub Timbe has disclosed his feelings following the continuous national team ommisions.
"I'm always available for the national team whenever I am called upon.It is usually a good feeling to represent my country.But when you are left out you will definitely feel disappointed or disrespected.You could also think maybe the national team handlers don't understand your value or input," Tmbe disclosed.
He went on to further state that he is still available for national team selection."My ambition is to see Kenya qualify to play the AFCON again and I'm still available for selection."
Over the just ended season, Timbe who currently plays for Thailand club Buriram United was key as the club won three titles which include the Thai League Cup, FA Cup and the league Cup.Do you really think Ayub Timbe deserves a national team call up? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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