Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama has been criticised by Kenya manager Sebastien Migne, after he failed to report for international duty.
Wanyama, who is the captain of the Kenyan national team, has been struggling with a knee injury, but was still called up for his side's African Cup of Nations qualifiers against Ghana and Malawi.
According to The Evening Standard, Migne said:
The 27-year-old was just 15 when he made his debut for Kenya, and has gone on to make 50 appearances for The Harambee Stars. However, as a result of his cartilage injury, he has not featured for the team since March.
Kenya have not qualified for a major competition since the 2004 African Cup of Nations, meaning they will need the likes of Wanyama and former Inter Milan midfielder McDonald Mariga, who also happens to be Wanyama's older brother, to step up and carry their country to the next tournament.