Harambee Stars striker Michael Olunga has urged the fans to turn in large numbers when the home team takes on Mozambique in a friendly clash on Sunday.
Olunga who captained Kenya in their last game against Uganda in an interview on Friday admitted that as players they had no option but to give their all to their fans who stream in large =number to root for them in games.
“The fans should expect a good game from us. As players when we are out there, we give our all to impress the fans who show up for the games. In our last game against Uganda they came in numbers and gave us the support that we required.
“It was a draw but we gave our all in showed a good game good and we want to proceed from where we left. I’m urging them to show up because we are expecting to give our all in this game,” Olunga said.
In contrast with the Ugandan game, Stars have a full house of their foreign legion to pick from with the likes of defender Joseph Okumu available for selection.
Apart from Okumu, captain Victor Wanyama is among the contingent that has trained this week for the tie and he will hope he can get the required game time to boost his progress since returning from an injury.
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