Assistant coach Charles Okere has earned a promotion to become the national women’s football team Harambee Starlets head coach. The tactician has termed it as a huge responsibility getting to work with the national team but says he is willing to go for the challenge.
“I really feel honoured and privileged to be given this opportunity to serve the nation. It is always a huge achievement for anyone, be it a player or a coach to be handed a responsibility with the national team and I feel elated.”
“This is a big challenge and one that I am ready for. It is an opportunity for me to continue learning and growing as a coach and I am willing to give my best to my country just as I have been doing for my club,”
“I want to thank Tusker for the platform they have given me to work and be noticed. It is because of them that I am here today,” Okere stated.
Commenting on Okere’s appointment, Tusker FC chairman Daniel Aduda and CEO Charles Obiny have expressed their pride in one of our own being given a huge task.
“Congratulations to Okere on his new appointment. We are delighted and proud of him and we want to wish him all the best with his new role,” Aduda said.
Obiny added; “We are proud of Okere and we hope he will continue with the good work at the national team and we pray for success for him.”