|Ligi Ndogo practice for Norway|
The head of Ligi Ndogo delegation Paul Ochieng’, said their aim is to expose the children to the outside world in order to give them an opportunity to nurture their talents from an early age.
The international tournament will host 427 teams from all over the world.
“We are going to do our best and win at least trophy,” said Boketo Mwachiro, one of the captains.
“I started playing football while in baby class. I play as a defender,” said Mwachiro.
Jan Ochieng one of the team’s mid-fielders said he was prepared for the tournament.
“Last year in Tanzania I won the top scorer’s trophy by scoring 15 goals in the East Africa tournament,” said the ten-year-old pupil of St Elizabeth Primary, Karen who hopes to one day play for Harambee Stars.
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