Migori Youth training aborts as club seeks clearance from county gov’t


Migori Youth training aborts as club seeks clearance from county gov't
Migori Youth FC Elly Okul challenge Wazito FC Teddy Osok during their National Super League (NSL) match at Awendo Green Stadium, Migori County on December 14, 2018. Wazito FC Won 2-0 Photo/Kelly Ayodi/Sportpicha.

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  • The club chairman however said that hiring a ground for training will be expensive for the club urging the county government to consider their request.

The planned training by Migori Youth FC players which was supposed to kick off Wednesday has been pushed to a later date as they wait for the county government of Migori to give them a green light to use the Migori stadium.

Club chairman Mr.Abdi Aziz told Citizen Digital they’d  planned to begin their training today but  unfortunately the stadium is still closed.

Aziz said they had had a verbal communication with the county government and were hoping to get the nod to use the facility. This however did not materialise thus opting to put their request in writing.

He said they are optimistic that the stadium will be opened for use as soon as possible, failure to which they will have to look for an alternative ground.

The club chairman however said that hiring a ground for training will be expensive for the club urging the county government to consider their request.

Migori county director in the department of sport Mr.Silas Jonyo said there are procedures to be followed before the stadium, which has been under renovation, can be opened for use, adding that his department is still awaiting approval from the department of public works but is hopeful the facility would be opened by next week.

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