Harambee Starlets head to Ghana for Olympics qualifier
- Harambee Starlets flew out to Ghana this morning ahead of the first leg of their Olympics qualifier set to be played on Friday.
- The team, which has been in camp for slightly over a week, is expected in Ghana at 1.30 pm( EAT)
Harambee Starlets flew out to Ghana this morning ahead of the first leg of their Olympics qualifier set to be played on Friday.
The team, which has been in camp for slightly over a week, is expected in Ghana at 1.30 pm( EAT)
“We will try to contain them as much as possible, try to keep a clean sheet and hopefully get an away goal,” said Starlets coach David Ouma.
“With the preparations we have had, I am confident we will get a positive result. The players are motivated and very ready for the challenge,” he added.
The match is scheduled for Friday, October 4, 2019, with the second leg lined up on Tuesday next week.
The winner of the tie on aggregate proceeds to the tournament’s fourth qualifying round, where the Starlets could meet either of Zambia or Botswana. The fourth round winner will proceed to the fifth and final qualifying round, whose winner gets a place in the 2020 Summer Olympics, while the loser gets a lifeline in a playoff against the South American Football Confederation’s (CONMEBOL) second-placed team.
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