The Kenya women national team Harambee Starlets head coach David Ouma has declared readiness to include in the team more players who prove they are up to the task.
The team got down to preparations on Monday for the 2020 Olympic Games qualifier against Malawi and in the third day of preparations, Ouma stated his satisfaction with the mix and composition of his team.
There has been a lot of dissatisfaction on the selection of players to the team, with a number of senior players left out but Ouma, quoted on the Football Kenya Federation’s official website, backed the current team to deliver positive results.
“This is a youthful squad which has given us an opportunity to assess players from the WPL, the Chapa Dimba tournament as well as the school games.
“The door is always open for any player who proves she is up to the task, and I am confident that this crop of young players will sire us positive results,” Ouma said.
Starlets will break camp on Friday 19 July to allow players join their teams for the weekend Women Premier League (WPL) before resuming training next week.