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Harambee Starlets forward Lilly Awuor says she can’t wait to realize her dream of playing in the Frauen-Bundesliga, Germany’s women’s top league.
Awuor, who recently joined German lower-tier side, Borrusia Pankow on a two-year deal, has also said the move is only but the beginning for her professional football journey in Germany.
“I am just a kid from Kenya and therefore it is a dream come true for me to join a good team in Europe. Borrusia Pankow finished third last season and are eager to rise up the levels. I am here to help them achieve their goals,” Awuor told Nairobi News.
“Personally, I really want to play in the Bundesliga and therefore the hard work has just begun for me. It is not easy to play at that level but I know I have the talent and I can make it,” she added.
Locally, Awuor has featured for Spedag and Palos Ladies and also had a successful stint in the Tanzanian Women Premier League with Kigoma Sisters before moving to Sweden where she joined Hammarby.
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