By MN Reporter,
Migori Youth FC has been forced to train at Pau Nyuka fields, seven kilometers from Migori town as the Sh120million spent at Migori County stadium has nothing to write about.
The team, which is strained financially as it tries to prepare for National Super League has been faced with new challenge as the season prepares to kick off.
“Our main challenge is how to move players and technical staff everyday for seven kilometers just to train,” Migori Youth FC head coach Robert Ojienda said.
He said they hope that Migori county government moves with speed and complete the stadium to help the team turn it into their home ground right in the middle of the town.
Last season the team finished fifth on the National Super League and played some of their matches at Awendo Green Stadium.
Ojienda was speaking to Migori Youth FC official YouTube channel powered by Migori News.
Finishing the stadium, despite governor Okoth Obado launching it in 2014 has been a mirage, remaining an eyesore as it has been left with overgrown plants.
The first allocation was Sh40million which was swallowed by a perimeter wall and some leveling.
Sh80million was later injected, with nothing to write home.