Head coach Fred Ambani says Johnston Omurwa and Brian Musa have been rewarded for their good performances at the club level with call-ups to the national team, Harambee Stars.

Omurwa who was a Kenya U23 regular is slowly establishing himself in the senior  team. Musa on the other hand has been exemplary since he joined the team last year.

The two were on Monday named in the provisional team that will tackle Zambia in an international friendly match that is tentatively scheduled for 10th October.

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Brian Musa against AFC Leopards

Ambani says the pair’s inclusion is a reward for the good shifts they have been putting at the club level.

“Their inclusion makes me happy because it is a reward for the good work they have been doing in the team. Musa and Omurwa have been working really hard and I believe they can only get better,” Ambani said.

The gaffer challenged other players to work hard in order to earn call-ups.

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Johnston Omurwa in a past match against Posta Rangers

“Every player’s dream is to play for the national team and you can only achieve that if you perform well at club level. My players should strive to deliver for Wazito FC and other things like playing for Harambee Stars will follow,” he added.

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