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Germany wary of Kenya Simbas threat

With the World Cup dream having ended with the loss to Canada, Germany will be hoping to end the Repechage Tournament on a high note as they face Kenya Simbas on Friday 23 November.
Kenya Simbas will have a similar target having lost all their opening two matches and Germany coach Mouritz Botha is aware of the threat that the side will pose to them.
The coach believes that they will need to be more focused as the Simbas can be dangerous and dominant whenever they get a chance.
“Kenya has not won a match in this tournament, but against this team you have to be very focused and above all structured. If you just let it go a bit, Kenya will be very dangerous. Kenya had a very good start against Hong Kong, was dominant in the crowd and dangerous on the outside. They also showed a strong package against Canada. But traditionally they have their greatest strength in the back team. ” Botha told Germany official portal.
“If we kick the ball aimlessly, they definitely have dangerous players who could really hurt us,”  he said.
The match will be staged at 8PM at  Stade Delort of Marseille.

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