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Amrouche Names 25 For Kenya Duty

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Goalkeepers: Duncan Ochieng (Sofapaka FC), Martin Musalia (AFC Leopards), Jerim Onyango (Gor Mahia), Wilson Oburu (Bandari FC)

Defenders: David Ochieng (Tusker FC), Mulinge Ndeto (Ulinzi Stars), Benedict Owuor (KCB), Abdulatif Omar (Bandari FC), Lloyd Wahome (Mathare United), Musa Mohammed (Gor Mahia), Joseph Shikokoti (Tusker FC)

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Midfielders/ forwards: George Owino (SofapakaFC), Patillah Omoto (AFC Leopards), Ali Bhai (Bandari), Peter Opiyo (Tusker FC), Daniel Mwaura (Mathare United FC) , David Kingatua (Thika United), Francis Kahata (Thika United), Ben Baraza (SoNy Sugar FC), Rama Salim (Gor Mahia), Kennedy Otieno (Thika United), Jacob Keli (KCB FC), Ismail Dunga (Tusker FC), Daniel Mutahi Murage (Chemelil Sugar FC)


In a letter signed by the national team coach and his two assistants, James Nandwa and Ken Odhiambo, the team is set to host the last training camp between May 27 and June 14 where they will play the Super Eagles in Nairobi on June 5 before traveling to Malawi to face the Flames on June 12.


Kenya are currently bottom of Group F with two points, three behind table leaders Nigeria who they held 1-1 in Calabar last month.

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