Harambee Starlets tackle Ghana in Turkish Cup
- Ouma has expressed his satisfaction with the Starlets' performance, exuding confidence that his team can go all the way, despite suffering a 5-0 hiding in the hands of Chile.
Harambee Starlets will be seeking to bounce back to winning ways when they face off with Ghana in their final Group A match of the Turkish Women Cup at the Gold City Sport Complex this evening.
Coach David Ouma has expressed his satisfaction with the team’s performance, exuding confidence that his team can go all the way, despite suffering a 5-0 hiding in the hands of Chile.
“The tournament is a source of measurement of our team in the world stage. The defeat by Chile is a minor setback on our part and we aim to bridge the gap in our final game against Ghana,” Ouma said in an interview with the federation’s webite.
The Chile defeat was preceded by an impressive 2-0 win over Northern Ireland and when they line-up to take on Ghana, Ouma says the aim will be to pick up a win. The match kicks off at 5pm Kenyan time.
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