Cash-strapped Isibania fear for dear NSL life


Kibera Blackstars FC's Ronald Okello heads the ball past Isbania FC’s Osmera Samson and ...
Kibera Blackstars FC's Ronald Okello heads the ball past Isbania FC’s Osmera Samson and Calvince George during a previous NSL match. (PHOTO/Courtesy)

In Summary

  • Isibania FC admitted their continued participation in the National Super League (NSL) is in peril owing to grinding financial constraints
  • The Kisii-based club is scheduled to travel to Nairobi to face Administration Police in their second NSL match of the season on Sunday but head coach Dan Musta fears they may not honour it

Isibania FC admitted their continued participation in the National Super League (NSL) is in peril owing to grinding financial constraints.

The Kisii-based club is scheduled to travel to Nairobi to face Administration Police in their second NSL match of the season on Sunday but head coach Dan Musta fears they may not honour it.

Musta posted a funds appeal message on Facebook earlier in the week following their opening round 3-1 win over Nakuru All Stars but no help has been forthcoming.

“We are well prepared for the match but our fear is that we may lack the opportunity to be in Nairobi due to lack of money. We don’t know how players will travel or how they will get accommodation. It will be shameful if we failed to travel yet we started our season very well,” Musta told Citizen Digital.

The tactician credited a good pre-season for their winning start to the season and praised the club’s new signings whom he said have brought more quality to the side.

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