Many football analysts in Kenya always claim that the ladies national team Harambee Starlets is more promising than the men's side Harambee Stars.Despite having lots of footballers across the whole world, stars have been struggling to qualify for major tournaments as compared to the ladies.
In the past few years, the women football in Kenya has been on the rise and many starlets players have been securing moves abroad.The most recent one is Starlets forward Mwanahalima Dogo Adams who jetted out of the country a few days ago to join his new Turkish club which is not yet unvealed.
Dogo will be the second Kenyan lady to play in Turkey after Esse Akida who had a stint with Besiktas some time back.This is not the first time she will be playing professional football abroad as she had a short loan spell at Israel side Macabi Holon.She too had an invitation from Swedish side Djurgarden IF but the Swedish Embassy allegedly denied her a visa.
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