Stars out to cross the Mediterranean Knights
Guests in the 2017 Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup Libya have an uphill task in their quest to book a spot in the semi finals, as they take on hosts Kenya in their second match at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Tuesday.
“A win in a tournament opener is very important. It sets the mood for the players and fans especially when you are playing at home.“We are hoping to build on the win going forward, although every match is unique in it’s own way,” Put offered.
“We are out to redeem ourselves after failing to qualify for Chan 2018, even after the playoff against Rwanda.“We therefore must start off well. South Sudan players are very tall, and quite rough, so we have to be careful to avoid being lost in our game,” said the former Ethiopia skipper.
Patrick Matasi (GK), Dennis Sikhayi, Jockins Atudo, Musa Mohammed, Wesley Onguso, Patillah Omotto, Duncan Otieno, Whyvonne Issuza, Chrispin Oduor, George Odhiambo, Masud Juma.
Boniface Oluoch, Gabriel Andika, Said Tsuma, Benard Ochieng, Kepha Aswani, Ovella Ochieng, Wellington Ochieng, Charles Momanyi, Vincent Oburu, Isaac Kipyegon, Ernest Wendo, Samuel Onyango.
Libya Starting XI
Ahmed Azzaqah (GK), Ahmed Eltribi, Saed Ajbarah, Tariq Aljamal, Motasem Sabbou, Suhib Shafshuf, Faisal Albadri (C), Muhanad Madeen, Tubal Mohammed, Mohammed Amer, Khalid Almaryami.
Ali Shniena, Abdullah Fathi (GK), Taher Elbarasi, Ali Maetouq, Mohamed Aleyat, Mohamed Amhimmed, Zakaria Alharaish, Muftah Taktak, Saeid Saleh
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