Kenya Coach Satisfied With Performance Against Uganda
Kenya U-17 coach Michael Amenga was left elated with his team’s performance in a friendly match against their Ugandan counterparts at Utalii grounds, Nairobi on Tuesday morning.
Kenya U-17 coach Michael Amenga was left elated with his team’s performance in the 0-0 draw in a friendly match against their Ugandan counterparts at Utalii grounds, Nairobi on Tuesday morning.
The two teams faced off in a closely fought match ahead of their respective competitive assignments. Kenya will take part in North African Football Federations (UNAF) U-18 Tournament, set to be played in Egypt between April 6, and April 10, 2019, while Uganda is preparing for Africa U-17 Cup of Nations that will be staged in Tanzania.
Speaking after the friendly duel, Amenga admitted that the match was tough but expressed his satisfaction with how his team performed. He further stated that the friendly match had given him a clear picture of players to select for the tournament.
“This was one of the toughest matches we have played, which is good, as we are in for a tougher challenge in Egypt. I now have a clear picture of my final squad and I am confident that those who will make it to the team will give a good account of themselves,” the former Nairobi Stima and Kariobangi Sharks coach said.
Kenya team jets out to Alexandria, Egypt, on April 4, 2019, for the four nations tournament.