Harambee Stars shine bright to qualify for Afcon for first time in 15 years as youth teams impress in 2018

What you need to know:

  • By qualifying for Africa’s premier national team tournament, Kenyan players have chance to showcase talent
  • Kenya somehow benefited from the suspension of Sierra Leone by world football governing body Fifa
  • Fast forward to December and Migne remains unbeaten in competitive assignments since taking charge of the team
  • Kenya’s steady rise this year also highlighted the emergence of fringe players such as Musa Mohammed, Philemon Otieno, Joash Onyango and Ovella Ochieng' who made a name for themselves as dependable players

For the first time in 15-years, national football team Harambee Stars, managed by Sebastien Migne, has qualified for 2019 Africa Cup of Nations with a game to spare.

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