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Michel braced for Tanzania clash

13 November 2012, 11:43

Nairobi - Harambee Stars will on Tuesday jet out of the country for a friendly match against Tanzania’s Taifa Stars on Wednesday.

In preparation for the match, Kenya had a two-day training session, with some players based outside the country like Ayub Timbe missing out and instead promising to join the team in Tanzania.

Despite the brief training period, head coach Henri Michel believes that his side will perform well in the match. 

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