Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Women’s Cup champions Ulinzi Starlets have bolstered their squad ahead of the new season set to kick off on next month. The military side will on Wednesday 27 October 2021 unveil five players who have already joined the side at their training grounds in Kahawa Barracks. Neddy Atieno’s reaction after bagging a hat-trick in the 2022 AWCON qualifier against South Sudan played yesterday at Nyayo Stadium#Tunaweza pic.twitter.com/a3QWGR5ws7— Harambee Starlets (@StarletsKE) October 21, 2021 Coach Joseph Mwanza, who is preparing his charges for the inaugural Women’s Super Cup that will see the military side play league champions Thika Queens, the match paving way for the league set for 13 November. “I have two defenders and three midfielders joining the team. Before the transfer window closes, I will also be hunting for a goalkeeper. I only have two keepers and there is need to bolster that department,” said Mwanza. The tactician has his work cut out when action begins as he goes up against a Thika Queens side, in the Super Cup, that collected six points against his side in the regular league last season. Hotshot Neddy believes Harambee Starlets’ potential is limitless https://t.co/LhsZYn1Bx7— Mozzart Sport Kenya (@MozzartSportKe) October 21, 2021 The new signings will also have little time to gel with the rest of the squad before action begins, even as they are likely to be called to action immediately as Mwanza has some of his main players away on other military duties. “We have had enough time to train as a unit and we will be ready for Thika. We know history does not favour is but that is a non-issue, we are preparing for now and it will be an interestingmatch,” Mwanza said.