Hupu News, September 26 Recently, former Tottenham midfielder Wanyama accepted an interview with FIFA and talked about some memories of his career and the goals of the national team.
Wanyama: "My career has been to many places, starting in Kenya, then playing in Belgium, then Scotland (Celtic), then Southampton and Tottenham. Now, I work in the United States. United (Montreal)."
"The Champions League is one of the best memories of my career.
"After I came to Montreal, before the new crown epidemic, everything was fine, but the outbreak of the epidemic brought difficulties to people’s lives. However, I tried to enjoy my time here. As a professional player, I lived in Montreal. Very happy."
"I was very impressed with that game (national team debut). The coach decided to give me some time to start my national team career. I am very happy and proud to be able to play in the national team shirt."
"I wanted to play something in that game. At that time, I didn't have much experience in competitions. It was not easy for me. But through that game, I learned a lot."
"We know that our national team has several very good players who have the ability to impact honor. We also know that the Africa Cup is a very important event and we need to make it to the African Cup. Following the 2019 Africa Cup, We hope that we can still make it to the main race in the next competition."
"This is a very difficult group. We respect any opponent. Like other qualifiers, you can't complain about your group. Our opponents are very strong, so we must try our best to make it through the group. I think we are In the group, Mali is the favorite to qualify, but Uganda and Rwanda are not bad either. All three teams are capable of qualifying in the group."
"Every professional player hopes to play in the World Cup. We will do everything we can to reach the World Cup. I hope we can realize our dreams in Qatar."