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Do you think Harambee Stars will qualify to AFCON knock out stage?

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By Jonah Onyango | Jun 30th 2019 | 1 min read
By Jonah Onyango | June 30th 2019
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AFCON: Harambee Stars striker Michael Olunga celebrates after scoring against Tanzania. [Courtesy]

Joash Onyango: Nairobi based businessman 

I am confident Harambee will beat Senegal or draw as Algeria beat Tanzania in their next match and will hopefully lead to round of 16.

 

Doris Kendi

I am confident that the boys will reach the round of 16 because of the team spirit shown in their match against Tanzania by coming from behind and winning. With individual players like Michael Olunga and Erick Ouma, nothing is impossible.

An Egyptian fan with a Kenyan flag when Harambee Stars faced Taifa Stars at the 30th June Stadium in Egypt on Thursday. [Stafford Ondego] 

Miriam Robi: Hospitality Industry

Stars will be one of the top teams to the round of 16 because of better performance, speed, coordination and intelligence between the forwards in the match against Tanzania.

 

Bob Madanji

Harambee Stars' high spirits have instilled hope and confidence in fans and the players themselves and I believe they can make it to round of 16.

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