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AFCON 2019: Mbungo anticipates East African teams to perform better

By Football256 Team

Kenyan side AFC Leopards’ head coach Andre Casa Mbungo believes that East African teams will put up an impressive performance at the forthcoming 2019 Total Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.

The 50-year-old tactician believes that the qualification of four East African countries to the AFCON is a step illustrating that football in the region is taking the right direction.

“This clearly demonstrates that the standards of the game are rising in the region,” Mbungo told The Star publication before adding.

“This is a landmark to have four teams from East Africa with Kenya and Tanzania making comebacks after several years and Burundi qualifying for the first time.”

A Burundian fan shows his excitement after the country qualified for their maiden AFCON Finals / Courtesy Photo

The Rwandan tactician is confident that the teams will represent the region well, he however encouraged them to prepare well before the tournament.

“They should face the big boys without fear. I’m confident the teams will do well. However, preparations will be key because without good preparations, teams will not perform well,” he noted.

Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Burundi will represent the East African region in Egypt, and it’s the first time that four nations in the region will be at the finals.

Uganda qualified for the tournament for the second consecutive time after making it in the 2017 edition, it’s their seventh appearance overall.

Kenya are going back to the tournament after 15 years of absence, they had last played at the 2004 edition in Tunisia.

Tanzania had to break a 39-year jinx to qualify for the tournament thanks to the increment of the teams from 16 to 24.

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Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama presents a team jersey to Kenya deputy president William Ruto | Courtesy Photo

The Taifa Stars finished second in Group L behind Uganda, they had last featured in the 1980 edition in Nigeria while Burundi qualified for the first time in history.

Uganda Cranes have already stepped up their preparations in Dubai at Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi Cricket Sports Complex.

Kenya are expected to camp in France at the French Rugby Federation Marcoussis Cedex, where they will have a 19-day residential training.

The Harambee Stars will have two friendly matches against Madagascar on June 7th in Paris before taking on the Democratic Republic of Congo a week later.

Uganda are in group A alongside DR Congo, Zimbabwe and hosts Egypt while debutants Burundi will play against fellow debutants Madagascar, 2013 champions Nigeria and Guinea in Group B.

Kenya and Tanzania are both pooled in Group C against giants Algeria and Senegal in the tournament which will kick off on June 21st.

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