Harambee Stars camp has been boosted by the arrival of Barnsley FC defender Clarke Oduor ahead of their Friday friendly against Zambia.
Odour who is eligible to play for England too having been in the UK for the better part of his life jetted into the country on Wednesday night and will hope that he can get his debut in a game that Stars is using as part of preparations ahead of their next month’s AFCON Qualifiers against Comoros.
Among the called up players, it was only Oduor and Joseph Okumu who were yet to arrive and it’s not clear if the latter has joined up with the team too.
Oduor’s presence comes at a time when Stars head coach is missing a chunk of his foreign-based players with the likes of Victor Wanyama, Ayub Timbe, Michael Olunga and Johanna Omolo being some of the players who didn’t honor the latest call up due to the restrictions put in place by their clubs due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
Stars come up against Zambia on Friday with fans set to stay at home; their opponents having warmed up to the game with a 1-0 win over Malawi on Wednesday.