Sebastien Migne, the Harambee Stars head coach jetted out of the country to join the already team in Mumbai, India for the four Nations Hero Inter-Continental Cup.
The tournament that kicks off tomorrow has four teams-hosts India, China Taipei, New Zealand and Kenya.
Migne and his fellow French coaches had failed to travel with the players on Wednesday and Thursday as they were yet to land visas but the same, according to the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has been sorted out.
The tactician travelled alongside his assistant Nicolas Bourriquet-cor, Goalkeeper trainer Guilaune Coffey and Osteopath Ludovic Breul. Also travelling with them were two new additions to the team, Thika United’s Dennis Odhiambo and Vihiga United’s Bernard Ochieng.
There had been murmur earlier on that the coach had failed to travel as protest for failing to have Gor Mahia and some of AFC Leopards players for the tournament.
The top two teams will face off in the final, slated for June 10, 2018, at the Mumbai Football Arena in India