Harambee Stars are officially out of contention for the World Cup slot that will be played in Qatar. The Kenyans were yet again defeated in the return match against Mali after Ibrahim Kone's second-half goal made the difference. Engin Firat, the current Harambee Stars coach, was once again in the spotlight after rotating the team with new faces gracing the lineup.
Harambee Stars Coach Engin Firat has named his first eleven in today's encounter against Mali in the FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. At the midfield; five players will be responsible of the ball circulation that is Kenneth Muguna, Lawrence Juma, and Abud Omar providing support to Richard Odada who will play a deeper role.
Good evening and welcome to our evening sports coverage as I bring you latest news on our national team Harambee Stars ahead of Mali clash. It is almost full house as Harambee stars local players have already began their initial sessions of Engin Firat's training. Foreign players are expected to soon link up with the rest of the players with most of them playing for their clubs in this weekend's fixtures.
Former Tusker FC left back Aboud Omar and Spanish based midfielder Ismael Gonzalez have had a positive attitude towards the match between Kenya and Mali. The two players have made their come back into the team after missing out for two years. Both featured for the national team in the Africa cup of nations held in Egypt.
Harambee stars players had their first training session in Nairobi as they prepare to travel to Morroco on 4th October. The home based stars were jovial as they followed the new coach's instructions. However, foreign players are set to link up with the team in Rabat Morocco for a three days camp.
Erick Marcelo Ouma is a Kenyan footballer. He is currently one of the best left-back defenders for the national team Harambee Stars. He is known especially after his exceptional performance against Egypt here in Nairobi whereby he kept Mohammed Salah at bay in that match. Ouma plays abroad for the AIK club in the Swedish League.
The rise of Harambee stars has been steady over the recent past but the disappointment of not qualifying for the 2021 cup of Nations was a worry. Every Kenyan football fan would love to see their country play in the continental tournament. The presence of good players is enough to drive of the idea of good performances.
Good evening and welcome to my daily sports updates. Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news updates. Former Harambee stars captain Victor Wanyama continues to prove his prowess in the MLS as he helps his side Montreal Impact to win vital points against Atlanta United.
Harambee stars defender Eric Otieno Ouma was outstanding as his side AIK thrashed Goteborg FC 3.1.The defender scored for the side as well as defending well making him the man of the moment. As if that was not enough Eric Ouma alias Marcelo was named in the team of the week for the second time this season.
Harambee Stars entered their first residential training today, on Thursday, September 30, 2021, at the Utalii Sports Grounds, ahead of their upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier back to back matches against MaliAll local-based players have checked into camp today morning with their foreign-based counterparts set to join the camp from Thursday evening save for Abud Omar, Stanley Okumu, Eric Ouma, Richard Odada, and Ismael Gonzalez who will link up with the team in Morocco.
Harambee stars defender Eric Otieno Ouma took to his social media accounts to welcome his fellow countryman to the Swedish Allvenskan club AIK. The Kenyan international was happy to welcome his new teammate to the board as he looks to share the same changing room. Both players started their footballing activities in Kakamega high school in western Kenya.
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Good morning and welcome to our morning sport coverage as I bring you news on Kenyan stars abroad. Kenya players are plying their trade with different European clubs especially Swedish clubs. The likes of Eric Ouma,Eric Omondi and recently Tusker striker Henry Meja was also linked with a move to the league .
Harambee Stars captain Michael Ogada Olunga is currently nursing a minor injury sustained during their season opener. The Kenyan striker picked an injury in match that saw him score two goals. He has already missed two league matches as he race against time to recover before the Mali encounter.
Today, Harambee Stars started their residential training at the Utalii Sports Grounds; ahead of their upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier matches against Mali home and away. All local-based players checked into the camp today morning with their foreign-based counterparts set to join the camp from Thursday evening apart from Abud Omar, Stanley Okumu, Eric Ouma, Richard Odada, and Ismael Gonzalez who will link up with the team in Morocco.
There are several Kenyan football players that play abroad for their respective clubs. The number has continually grown over the recent past due to football development done in the country and the management of te game of football in general. Harambee stars consist of player from different clubs in Kenya as well as abroad.
Good evening and welcome to our evening sports coverage as I bring you news on current Harambee stars captain Michael Olunga. After scoring for Harambee stars against Rwanda, Michael Olunga will be aiming at continuing with his superb form this weekend for Al Duhail. Olunga scored a couple of goals for Al Duhail during preseason and he will be hoping to continue with his scoring spree.
Harambee stars and AIK left back Eric Ouma is one of the players to watch in the upcoming World Cup qualifications against Mali. Ouma was not only on target for AIK in his last debut but he also appeared in the team of the week . His fine form could bolster Harambee stars chances of defeating Mali in an away match considering the fact that Ouma is a regular starter for Harambee stars.
Erick Marcelo Ouma is a Kenyan professional footballer. Ouma plays as a left-back defender for Harambee Stars and his current club AIK in Sweden. Today his team hosted Goteborg in Arena Stadium. It was a match that both sides were fighting to collect all three points. AIK went ahead in the 5th minute through Nord Bahoui.
Harambee stars defender Eric Otieno Ouma played 90 minutes for his Swedish Allvenskan club AIK. The Kenyan international defender who plays as a left back is well known for his cut in crosses that normally yields goal assist. However, yesterday night, Eric Ouma scored his first goal in a fully packed stadium helping his side to win the match against Goteborg FC.