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The National men’s football team, Harambee Stars, is gearing up for an exciting opportunity to showcase their talent in a four nations tournament scheduled to take place in Mauritius from June 8.

The tournament, which falls within the FIFA international window, was announced yesterday by the president of the Football Kenya Federation, Nick Mwendwa.

“We have just signed a contract to play in the 10-day four nations tournament in Mauritius from June 8. Harambee Stars head coach Engin Firat will name his squad soon to start preparation for the tournament. we also plan to play several high profile friendly matches in Europe and Middle East near future to prepare our players well,” Mwendwa told People Sport.

The competition will serve as a platform for Harambee Stars’ coach, Engin Firat, to identify the strengths of the players and fine-tune their skills.

The tournament will span 10 days and will provide valuable game time for the team to assess their performance.

In addition to the Mauritius tournament, the federation has plans to organize a series of high-profile friendly matches in Europe and the Middle East in the near future.

[td_smart_list_end]These matches will further aid in the development and preparation of the players, ensuring that they are in top form for the challenges that lie ahead.

Harambee Stars will face tough competition in the four nations tournament as they take on hosts Mauritius, Pakistan, and Djibouti. Despite the disappointment of being unable to participate in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers due to FIFA’s suspension last year, the team is determined to make the most of the time available and build a formidable side.


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