Southampton’s Wanyama Furious With Kenyan FA Over Flight Ticket Issues

Southampton’s Wanyama Furious With Kenyan FA Over Flight Ticket Issues

By Augustine Ogwo | Staff Reporter on November 13, 2015
SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - JULY 30: Victor Wanyama of Southampton in action during the UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round 1st Leg match between Southampton and Vitesse at St Mary's Stadium on July 30, 2015 in Southampton, England | Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images

Southampton midfielder, Victor Wanyama is unhappy with his country’s football federation after he had to pay for his flight ticket to Nairobi for international duties.

According to the Daily Record, the 24-year-old who is the skipper of the Harambee stars has complained to his national team coach,  Bobby Williamson about the situation.

Kenya faces Cape Verde Islands on Friday, November 13, 2015 in a world cup qualifier and Wanyama is not happy that the Kenyan FA did not send air tickets to foreign based players.

“Once again the Kenya FA have failed to send air tickets to foreign-based players.

“The Federation is yet to refund us money we used to pay for our air tickets. We have always had a problem with preparations and nothing is different this time.

“We must take preparations seriously because we are playing a very good team in an important competition.

“We have not played a friendly while our opponents have been in Europe in a training camp,” Wanyama complained.


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