Former Eldoret Falcons goalkeeper Annedy Kundu has moved to Division One team AEL in the Cyprus with a one year deal.
The Harambee Starlets custodian with her counterpart defender Ruth Ingotsi , had joined Cypriot Division One side Lakatamia FC on three-year deals.
AEL Champions moved to the top of the 2020/21 Division One standings after the first round of matches in the nine team league.
According to her agency Soccer Expo, Kundu’s move is a springboard to greater heights and a critical step for the 23-year-old rising star
From 2014, the women’s Division One in Cyprus is the only women’s league in the country meaning there is no relegation or promotion of teams at the end of the season.
Kundu and Ingotsi were part of the Harambee Starlets squad that clinched the Council of East and Central Africa (Cecafa) Women’s Senior Challenge Cup title last year. Starlets outclassed two-time champions Tanzania 2-0.
Kundu did not concede a goal throughout the tournament and walked away with the golden glove award