FKF name under-20 provisional squad for friendly ties


FKF name under-20 provisional squad for friendly ties
Part of the action during the trial exercise that saw close to 100 players take part. the final team shall start preparations on Monday.PHOTO/COURTESY/FKF

In Summary

  • A provisional list of 30 players, set to join camp on Sunday evening at the Sportsview Hotel in Kasarani, has been named ahead of Kenya's under-20 friendly matches against Tanzania and Egypt in March
  • This comes after a four-day selection exercise that saw 100 players have a chance to audition for a place in the team.
  • The players were scouted from the ongoing Chapa Dimba na Safaricom Youth tournament as well as the FKF Leagues.
 

A provisional list of 30 players, set to join camp on Sunday evening at the Sportsview Hotel in Kasarani, has been named ahead of Kenya’s under-20 friendly matches against Tanzania and Egypt in March.

This comes after a four-day selection exercise that saw 100 players have a chance to audition for a place in the team. The players were scouted from the ongoing Chapa Dimba na Safaricom Youth tournament as well as the FKF Leagues.

The team is set to play a friendly match against Tanzania, and later on in March, a two-legged friendly against Egypt.

The friendlies will be played at the newly built Bomu Stadium in Mombasa.

The newly built Bomu Stadium in Mombasa which will host the friendlies.PHOTO/COURTESY

Goalkeepers

James Ominde (Acakoro), Humphery Katasi (Nzoia Sugar), Francis Atwoli (Sofapaka), Brian Bwire (Kariobangi Sharks)

Defenders

Yusuf Mainge (AFC Leopards), Mike Odhiambo (Mathare United), Jimmy Wafula (Police FC), Bonface Onyango (Kakamega High), Ezekiel Nyati (KCB), Vincent Wanyama (Slum Dwellers), Abdul Wahabo (Talanta FC), Patrick Ochieng (Manyatta Kisumu)

Midfielders

John Njuguna (Nakuru Allstars), Elisha Owino (Kisumu Day), Vincent Wasambo (Kariobangi Sharks), Benard Ouma (KCB), Alpha Onyango (Gor Mahia), Joshua Otieno (Kakamega High), Henry Juma (Kariobangi Sharks)

Strikers

John Mwangi (Mathare United), Ali Abubakar (Football 4 Good Academy, Uganda), Alex Sunga (Ushuru), Erick Kipkirui (Kariobangi Sharks), Musa Masika (Slum Dwellers), Subri Ahmed (Al Hayat), Zakayo Keegan (Bandari FC), Alvin Mang’eni (Mukumu Boys), Jairus Omondi (Kisumu Day), Marvin Omondi (AFC Leopards), Obadiah Abuto (NYSA).

Report by FKF 

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