Sebastien Migne has for the third time complained of the working conditions at Harambee Stars. The Kenyan team is set to leave for Accra on Thursday ahead of the final Group F match against the Black Stars on Saturday.
Migne is particularly incensed with the fact that the government is taking too long to give funds to help facilitate the team to prepare well for upcoming assignments.
On Monday, the federation said that the team’s trip to Ghana was in limbo after the government had failed to release the funds. Migne now wants the government to take seriously the team’s preparations.
“I am left worried when I see a government not keen to support the national team. It is very difficult to compete at the top level with such conditions and this is worrying me and I am tired.” Migne said they could be forced to travel in two batches something he says is not good for team spirit.
“It is already difficult to play Ghana and we urge the government to take our preparations seriously by providing what is needed at the right time.” Kenya and Ghana have already qualified for the 2019 Afcon finals.