Kenyan international Victor Wanyama has conceded that indeed Kenya will not be taking part in the 2017 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) following the second straight loss at the hands of Guinea Bissau in the Group E qualifier on Sunday 27 March.
The loss left Kenya rooted at the bottom of the group with just one point from four matches and Wanyama, the team’s skipper, says the race is over and blames it all on a lack of a cutting edge with regards to chances created by the team.
Speaking of the game, the skipper said they played well but only failed when it came to making use of their chances.
“We are definitely out; I do not think we can negotiate a way out here. We had our chances, we played and we were dominant but we failed to take our chances and now there is no way we can qualify.
Kenya has two matches remaining; against Congo Brazzaville at home and against Zambia away.