We can defeat Nigeria, Kenyan Coach says

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The Kenyan national team will face the Super Eagles in Calabar on March 23.

The head coach of the Kenyan national team, Harambee Stars, Adel Amrouche, has said that the Nigerian Super Eagles team can be defeated.

Speaking to pressmen in Kenya, Amrouche said “Nigeria is beatable, away and home- if and only the mentality of our players is right.”

“Football results come with hard work and belief,” he added.

Amrouche is also proposing a friendly match with Norway. He said the friendly is strictly for the assessment of his foreign based players before the big match against Nigeria in Calabar.

“I have requested the federation to organize for a friendly in Norway. In that friendly I intend to call in all the foreign-based players from where I can monitor them or future consideration,” he said.

The Harambee will play a Group F World Cup Qualifier against Nigeria in Calabar on March 23.

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