Coach of the Harambee stars of Kenya, Sebastian Migne says he knows the match against Ghana will be very difficult one for his side.
Speaking exclusively to 442gh.com, Sebastian Migne, who guided Kenya to their historic win against Ghana in the first leg said “We have some players injured, and suspended, and absent for this game, some usual players in my first eleven and it will be interesting for me to use for some other players, and to have some new answers for AFCON”.
He stressed that his major job is to build a formidable side for the AFCON, “I need to try to build the best finalist, and it will be interesting for that, we have already qualified, so I left some players to the Olympics team, and after the weekend games, I will have some answers to build my best group for the AFCON”.
“I know Ghana, and personally I know some of the players, and I know it will be difficult for us, I thought that after our victory in the first leg, You can beat Ghana one time, but if you play Ghana 10 times, the results will not be favorable for us” he stressed.
The coach who was candid in his submission said his side will go into the game with the mentality to win
“We will try to win when the game starts, even at home, we thought we had not beaten a top 5 in Africa before, and that was historic for Kenya, can we repeat that?”.
Kenya plays Ghana in the last qualifier for the 2019 AFCON in Egypt.