The Kenya national team Harambee Stars may not be ready in time for the game against Cape Verde in the 2018 World Cup qualifier slated for Saturday 14 November as with nine days to go, there is a lot of confusion over the team’s scheduled camp.
The team was scheduled to go to camp on Thursday 5 November but so far, with the team already named, there is no clear information over plans for the team’s camp with the federation and the team management issuing contradicting reports.
The Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Communications Officer John Kariuki only stated that the team will be going to camp later in the day but was vague with details.
“The team will be reporting to camp today at 6pm to start the preparations for the game against Cape Verde. All preparations are in place for the same and we will be conveying the same to the team management and the players,” he said.
The team management is still in the dark over the plans for camp with the game fast approaching.
“We have been told we are going to camp at 6pm but there is no residential address we have been given nor the booking for a training venue. So for us it is a waiting game,” the Team Manager Willis Waliaula said.
The match will be played at the Nyayo National Stadium.