Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side Muhoroni Youth FC’s coach Mr Alfred Imonje is lamenting over the slow process of player registration as he prepares his team for the second leg kick off against the 2010 KPL champions Ulinzi Stars in Muhoroni on Sunday 24 June.
Affects game plan
Imonje says he has been forced to leave out some of his new players for the game, which he adds that in some way affected his plans for the game, but maintained optimism that they will be cleared soon.
-The slow nature of player registration in this system has cost me the services of most of my players, we signed seven players most of whom were supposed to be part of today’s team; the forms of five players didn’t go through in time so I will have to do with the available ones, he told futaa.com.
The two players whose registration was completed in time, Harry Gentle and Abbey Kunrunmi are in the starting team for the game which kicks off at 1500hrs.