For some years now, sports analysts in Kenya have indicated that there are more hope in the ladies national team (Harambee Starlets) than their male counterparts (Harambee Stars). Harambee Starlets players have been making major moves across top European leagues recently the latest move being Marjolene Nekesa who joined Czech Republic giants Slavia Prague.
Initially in the books with Belarusian giants FC Minsk where she scored a total of 31 goals in 15 matches, Nekesa joined Slavia Prague as a free agent as she had parted ways with FC Minsk about two months ago.This is a big move for Nekesa who will now become the first Kenyan woman to play at the group stage of UEFA Champions League on October 20 when Slavia Prague will be kicking off their 2022/23 UEFA Champions League campaign with an away match to Italian side AS Roma.
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