St Antony Kitale’s head coach, Peter Mayoyo, has shown strong support for Team Kenya’s success in the upcoming International School Sport Federation World Cup. The event starts this Friday and will continue until the 27th of this month in Dalian, China.

In a recent interview with Citizen Digital before the Wednesday evening departure to China, Mayoyo mentioned that their intense training over the past week should boost their performance at the international competition.

“The players feel ready for the competition Despite the short notice, we have selected the best players from secondary school across the country and I believe they will shine in the competition For the friendly, we played against a very tough High Ways Secondary School and beat them 7-0, I feel we will shine,” said Mayoyo

Kenya is grouped in Pool D with the UK’s Chainister, Benin, and Uganda’s Khamus. However, Mayoyo has identified the team from West Africa, Benin, as their toughest competitor.

“We have to be wary of the West Africans; they are a very good team, Uganda; we played them against St Antony in the east African school games so they are familiar opponents but our aim is to win all our matches in the group stage,” added Mayoyo

Despite the brief training camp that was quickly organized following the intervention of President William Ruto, the veteran coach remains optimistic about Kenya’s chances. He expressed confidence that the team is well-prepared and in a strong position to compete for the championship title. The extra support from the president has given the team a significant morale boost, emphasizing the nation’s commitment to their success on the international stage.

“I have never had doubts about my team When going for any competition, I always prepare my team for victory It is the same mentally that we have a head of this world cup; we want to make the President and Kenyans proud of winning the tournament,” stated the veteran tactician

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