Muhoroni Youth chairman Mr. Moses Adagala has said it unequivocally that his team’s home game against Gor Mahia on Sunday 4 November will be played at the Nairobi City Stadium and not anywhere else.
A number of stakeholders in the Kenyan football circles have been up in arms over the team’s choice of the venue, where Gor Mahia has seen so much success this season, with suspicions therein of match fixing but Adagala has rubbished the claims.
Need the points
Speaking to futaa.com, Adagala said his team needs the points more than Gor Mahia and will not give the league leaders an easy outing so any fears that the Nyanza side is throwing away the game should not arise.
-We are not changing the venue, the sooner everyone knows that the better. Muhoroni Youth is the home team and as the chairman I say we will play at City Stadium; the allegations that we are throwing away the game are misguided.
-We are still not safe, so why would we want to give away the points? We need them more than Gor Mahia so my assurance is that we will give our all in the game and Muhoroni should be treated as a very professional club. We have absolutely no reason to give away the points, he said.
Muhoroni Youth had booked Nyayo Stadium for the game but the venue was termed unavailable with renovations currently going on at the stadium.