• Ingotsi said she is keen to help the team improve from last year’s sixth place finish.
•Ingotsi and Kundu, a defender, used to play for Kenya Women’s Premier League side, Eldoret Falcons.
Harambee Starlets’ duo Annedy Kundu and Ruth Ingotsi have expressed excitement after landing professional deals in Cyprus.
The two players depart today for Cyprus capital Nicosia, where they will play for women’s top tier side Lakatamia FC.
“I feel excited. I’m looking forward to joining Lakatamia. It’s a step in the right direction in my career,” said Ingotsi.
She said she is keen to help the team improve from last year’s sixth place finish.
Kundu said: “This is a good opportunity for my development. I’m looking forward to be the first choice goalkeeper. I want to continue working hard.”
Ingotsi and Kundu, a defender, used to play for Kenya Women’s Premier League side, Eldoret Falcons. The two Harambee Starlets players’ deal was sealed through by SoccerExpo Football Agency.
SoccerExpo Football Agency director, James Ombura, was yesterday confident that the players will give a good account of themselves. “The players will sign a one-year contract but renewable depending on performance,” Ombura added.
The players were pivotal in Harambee Starlets team which triumphed in the recent Council of East and Central Africa (Cecafa) Senior Women’s Challenge Cup.