Harambee stars played to a 1 all dramatic against Rwanda in yet another draw for Kenya in the world cup qualifiers. The group wa left open after the game as Uganda were to play Mali the following day. Kenyans can now have something to be positive about after Uganda's game.
Jacob Ghost Mulee has come under fierce criticism after failing to win the first two games. His tactics have come into question as he left out some senior members of the squad like Wanyama and Brian Mandela. Joash Onyango was also left. Even though Uganda drew with Mali to leave Kenya 2nd on the log, there has to be some changes.
According to former Gor Mahia player Bramwel Karamoja, the coach should lead Kenya to a top finish. He noted that Kenya should beat Mali at home and that the Federation should negotiate with the government to allow fans to go into the stadium for the remaining games as it would help the players perform better.
His third point is that we should swallow our pride and call back Wanyama, Johanna Omollo and Ayub Timbe. The three players are still needed in the squad for their experience, pace and creativity.
Kenya has not been playing in high profile Friendlies and this was another issue brought up by Karamoja. His last point is about avoiding interference on the team selection and call ups.
Karamoja played for Gor Mahia between 2006 and 2009. He has since took up sports management and marketing as a source of income while promoting football in the country. He has his own tournament named Karamoja Super Cup.
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