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Bandari Face Gor Mahia In Machakos

Coastweek -- Bandari Football Club left Mombasa yesterday for Machakos where they are expected to play the Mighty Gor Mahia in an important Kenya Premier League match to be held at Kenyatta Stadium tomorrow (Saturday).

Bandari FC head coach Ken Odhiambo said they are going all out to win the match to enhance their chances to climb up the ladder.

“We want to top the table at the end of this week and we can achieve that by beating Gor,” aid Odhiambo.

He said all his players are injury free and the players will take the field to make sure they do the job well and win the match.

“My players are confident of turning the tables against Gor,” he said.

Meanwhile, Mombasa Olympic team leaves tomorrow for Kisumu where they take on Palos Ladies FC in a Kenya Women Premier League.

Olympic Coach Joeph Oyoo said they are expected to play better than when they bowed down 6-1 to Trans Nzoia Falcons in Mombasa last weekend.

“We lost many talented players, seven of them who have been signed to many top clubs taking part in the premier and national division one leagues,” aid Oyoo who however, expressed hope the players to perform better as the league progresses.

Meanwhile, it’s now official.

Muhoroni Youth have been relegated from the National Super League 2018 season following their failure by the club to honour three matches.

A communique by the FKF competitions manager Frank Ogolla partly reads:

“We wish to notify you that Muhoroni Youth FC has been suspended and relegated from the National Super League 2018 for not honouring three of their matches this season.

In regard to the same and as per the regulations, all match results involving Muhoroni Youth have been nullified.”

Agadala owned side was relegated alongside Western Stima at the end of the 2017 KPL season but moved to High Court to sue Football Kenya Federation and Kenya Premier League seeking reinstatement into top flight football.

The High Court dismissed Muhoroni Youth application but again the club further appealed against the ruling.

As they await for the verdict of their appeal the Kisumu lakeside club failed to show up for their NSLmatch against Nairobi City Stars at Camp Toyoyo last Sunday.

Before then Mohoroni Youth failed to travel to Camp Toyoyo for a tie against KCB and with Kenya Police at Muhorni Stadium.



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