The Muhoroni Youth FC finance manager Maurice Ochiko has added his voice to the side’s discomfort over having to share the Nairobi City Stadium with KCB on Sunday 4 November when they take on Gor Mahia.
The Tusker Premier League (TPL) fixtures released on Thursday 1 November indicate that Muhoroni will take on Gor Mahia after KCB hosts Sofapaka, a factor the Muhoroni official says he is not comfortable with.
Ochiko says that when they paid to book the venue on Monday 29 October they were not informed that they will be sharing the venue and reiterated his chairman Moses Adagala’s earlier sentiments that they will be open to just their game at the stadium.
-We are not on a quest to please anyone in the KPL; we paid for the venue on Monday and we were assured that we have it all for ourselves, KPL even said only two matches will be live – ours and the one in Mumias so we are not open to sharing the venue.
-Muhoroni Youth will not be arm-twisted into doing what we are not ready for in our home game so as far as we are concerned we will only be hosting one game at the City Stadium because that is what we paid for, he told futaa.com.
Adagala, the Muho chairman, had earlier said the club will not accept the idea of hosting two matches at the venue.