Tuesday , July 27 2021

Kenya is waiting for a Café Over River Group F in the future after conflicting conflicts against Sierra Leone

Mwendwa confirmed that Harambee Stars will be hosting a camp in France for the camp before the season on their way to Camerwn

Kenya football fans will have to wait a little longer before they can open the bladin to celebrate the country's qualification to the 2019 Afon finals.

Local fans stay with an intense breath to know if Harambee Stars will end at the end of their 14-year time to appear in the continental show that will be hosted in Cameron in 2019.

But Fifa's ban on Sierra Leone delays the celebration in Kenya. The Afcon qualification in Group F has thrown into a state of confusion; Opposers of Sierra Leone-Kenya, who are on top of the group with seven points; Ghana and Ethiopia, I do not have an idea of ​​who will make it safe from the group. And just like the players, fans and administrators of the three countries also leave thinking that the next move will take Caf.

The most likely result of the prevention was predicted even harder after I allowed the Equestrian Guitar to participate in the African Women's Cup of Nations, despite the fact that the country still served Fifa ban .

If the latest play seen in front of the Awcon final is something to do, then anything is possible – Sierra Leone may be restored to the qualifiers.

Harambee Stars was planning to play Sierra Leone on Sunday, but Caf took off the game, leaving the Kenya Football Federation speculating the next actions that the continental body will take.

As she does, Sierra Leone has three games in hand, lost home and conflicts against Ghana, but Nick Mwendwa has confirmed that Kenya has not yet received any communication about the way forward.

"We're already there (in Afon) but do not leave the bell again. We expect Caff to write to us officially confirming that the game will not happen (in the future).

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However, Mwendwa says that he does not see any possibility that Fifa will allow Sierra Leone to play their games outside the calendar. "Sierra Leone has lost three games so far and it's almost impossible for another window to release players," Mwendwa said.

The FKF manager says that Harambee Stars will go on to start preparing for the continental champion in May even if the Sierra Leone case is still under way.

Mwendwa said Harambee Stars will host a camp in France for the camp before the season on their way to Camerwn.

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