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Harambee Starlets forward still expected in Sweden for trials

Harambee Starlets forward still expected in Sweden for trials

By Agnes Amondi,

Kenyan international Mwanahalima ‘Dogo’ Adam is still expected to link up with Swedish club Djügardens IF FF despite the visa delay that has haulted her trip.

According to Thika Queens team manager Grantone Muganga, the lethal forward is scheduled to go for a two week trial at the Stockholm based club and might be cleared to fly in the next two weeks as the opportunity is still available.

They (Djügardens) are still waiting for her.

“Mwanahalima is still in the country due to visa issues. Even so, the club is still waiting for her. They are aware of the delay. It is our hope that in the next two weeks, she will be heading to Sweden,”

So far, ‘Dogo’ is part of Thika Queens pre season team and has featured in their twin friendlies against Ulinzi Starlets and Zetech Sparks.

The TM also said that whilst she is around, she will be given a chance to feature in some of their league matches.

“Thing is she is going for trials. Djügardens haven’t signed her yet. That’s why Mwanahalima is training with us and whilst she’s still here, she can feature in some of our games.

It’s good for her to keep training and remain fit so that when the trials are on, her chances of getting signed remain high.” Muganga said.

Mwanahalima is amongst four other Harambee Starlets players that have attracted interest from European clubs. 

Vivianne Corazone signed a one year deal with Portuguese outfit Atlético Ouriense, Annedy Kundu and Ruth Ingotsi signed a three year deal in Cyprus at Lakatamia FC and Cynthia Shilwatso joined Spanish Women’s Club EDF Logroño on a three year deal.

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