The Kenya national team skipper Victor Wanyama could miss the team’s Tuesday training session in Guinea Bissau owing to a problem with his flight from England’s Heathroiw Airport.
The captain was expected to be in Bissau early on Tuesday 22 March ahead of the game on Wednesday but a confirmation from the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) president Nick Mwendwa has it that his flight was delayed.
Apart from Wanyama, there was also a delay with the three Zambian based players, Anthony Akumu, Jesse Were and David Owino as confirmed by Mwendwa.
“I had a chat with Wanyama and he told me there was a delay with his flight from Heathrow Airport and there was also a delay with the Zambian trio’s flight so possibly they may miss the Tuesday session because they will not be coming directly here, they have to connect,” he said.
The players have to meet up in Morocco before taking a connecting flight to Bissau.
Meanwhile, one foreign based star, Michael Olunga is already in Guinea Bissau. The striker was the first member of the team to land in Bissau, on Monday ahead of the team that left Nairobi at 9am EAT.