After sitting out for six weeks due to a knee injury, lead striker Ebrima Sanneh from Gambia has kicked off his rehab.
Sanneh picked up his injuries during the first pre season friendly in late October that ruled him out of activity for the rest of the year.
At the same time, top keeper Jacob Osano has also resumed training after sitting training out due to sickness.
According to team physio Brian Odongo, Sanneh is under close observation while Osano is back to full training.
“Sanneh kicked off very light training last week on the sidelines of the rest of the team while Osano joined the rest of the team after missing a week of training,”
“Psychologically, coming to the field for Sanneh is important for his state of mind as he gradually works his way back to full training in the weeks to come,” added Brian
“Osano is now fully ok and resumed full training on Monday.” added Brian
In spite of kicking off rehab, Sanneh is expected to contest a place in the team in late January 2021 Osano is set to feature in games in due course.
Apart from Sanneh, and as confirmed by Odongo, all other players who had minor concerns such as Charles Otieno (wrist), Wycliffe Otieno (knee), Erick Ombija (knee) and John Kamau (thigh muscle), are all well now and back in full training.