[LIST] James Gachago, Kahindi Nyale Khamis to lead Kenya U17 team in Rwanda on CECAFA U17 Championships

 

Kenya U17 National team training photo
Kenya U17 National team training. FILE

Kenya U17 National team coach Oliver Page names his final squad for CECAFA U17 Championships between December 12, and December 22, 2020, in Rwanda.


The squad features much on the FKF Center of Excellence that entered the final of the CECAFA U17 Championships in 2019.

England-based James Gachago is set to captain the side, while the 2019 CECAFA U15 Championships best goalkeeper Alvin Odari will be out to prove a point in the U17 edition.


The team is in Rwanda whose finalists will earn automatic qualification to the 2021 Africa U17 Cup of Nations in Morocco.


Kenya is in Group A alongside South Sudan, Uganda, and Ethiopia. Group B comprises Rwanda, Tanzania, Sudan, and Djibouti.


Goalkeepers
Alvin Odari (FKF Center of Excellence), Ibrahim Wanzala (St.Peters Mumias), Daniel Ochieng (Ringa Secondary)

Defenders
Abdikadir Mursal Harun (Isiolo Baracks) Salimu Hamisi Omari (Mweza Secondary), Yasin Rajab Umar (FKF Center of Excellence), Rabok Ryan Wesley Ogam (Kakamega High), James Gachago (Moorland School, UK), Irungu Sigmunn Maina (Eastleigh High School), Opande Faiz Ouma (Aquinas High School)

Midfielders
Munyao Linus Kaikai (Kakamega High), Injehu Kevin Wangaya (FKF Center of Excellence), Wafula Issa Lumumba (St.Anthony Boys), Vihenda Silas Maloba (Kakamega High), Kahindi Nyale Khamis (FKF Center of Excellence), Teddy Sirma (FKF Center of Excellence), Omondi Andreas Odhiambo (FKF Center of Excellence), Phabian Sheldon Odhiambo (Ongata Secondary)


Forwards
Jefwa Majaliwa Charo (Tandee High School), Nduni Ali Hamisi (Shimba Hills Secondary), Harel Gil (Claremont School), Muendo Kenn Kyalo (St.Anthony Boys), Ouma Victor Otieno (Jamhuri High School), Ochieng Baron (Dagoretti High School), Koome Dennis (Kanda High School)

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