Kenya Simbas headcoach Jerome Paarwater believes that they will be coming up against a much different opposition from Tunisia in the name of Senegal when the sides lock horns on Saturday at the RFUEA grounds.
Despite the fact that Simbas managed to whitewash Tunisia 100-10 in their last outing,Paarwater belives that the West Africans are quite a different side altogether and are equally competitive.
“History is something of the past.Our focus is now on Senegal,”The tactician told the KRU.”I watched their (Senegal) game against Namibia and they are different from Tunisia-they will come with a big fight so we expect a tough match,”he said.
Paarwater further went ahead to explain Oliver Mang’eni’s absence saying that it was brought about due to work commitments but remained confident that with the current depth in the squad,their is no cause for alarm.
“We have a great mixture of players who can cover all positions.Oliver is out due to work duties but Simon is back after recovering from his injury,”he concluded.
Kenya Simbas will be hoping to continue with their impressive form when they play their final home tie of the Africa Gold Cup against Senegal.