KUTHURE OPTIMISTIC

Vihiga Queens' move likely to open bigger doors, says former Gaspo stopper Kuthure

Kuthure signed for Vihiga Queens after exiting Gaspo Ladies which is on the verge of collapse due to lack of funds.

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Among the team Kuthure is eyeing for include Liverpool ladies, Manchester city ladies or Mancher United ladies in England among other teams in English Premier league.

Vihiga Queens new signing stopper Pauline Kuthure from Gaspo ladies in the ongoing middle window transfer.
Vihiga Queens new signing stopper Pauline Kuthure from Gaspo ladies in the ongoing middle window transfer.
Image: MARTIN OMBIMA

Former Gaspo stopper Pauline Kuthure's move to Vihiga Queens during this transfer window will serve as a stepping stone to greener pastures abroad. 

Kuthure said her target has always been to play overseas before ending her football career.

"Sports is well paying out there and my prayer is to get one of the best teams that will change my life for good," Kuthure said.

She added: "Joining Vihiga Queens gives me hope that one day  I will play professional soccer," she added.

Kuthure signed for Vihiga Queens after exiting Gaspo Ladies which is on the verge of collapse due to lack of funds.

Among the key players who have secured greener pastures via Vihiga Queens' are Teresiah Ingesia, Jentrix Shikangwa, Barther Omata,  Janet Bundi, former Captain Enez Mango, Anitter Namata, Lilian  Awour among other key players.‚Äč

Vihiga Queens' head coach Boniface Nyamunyamu said Kuthure is one of the best stoppers and he is happy she is now on board. 

Vihiga Queens Stopper Pauline Kuthure at Kisumu Moi Stadium
Vihiga Queens Stopper Pauline Kuthure at Kisumu Moi Stadium
Image: MARTIN OMBIMA

"If she gets a new deal outside the country, that will be a different story but releasing her into the local market will be a tall order," he said.

He said Kuthure is an ambitious player with great hopes that will propel her far in the world of soccer

The tactician said having her on their side would boost their goalkeeping unit after the exit of Lilian Awour, Sophy Akinyi, and Winfreder Seda.