National Super League (NSL) side Migori Youth patron and Member of Parliament for Uriri Consistency, Hon Mark Nyamita, has issued a rallying call on investors to partner with Migori Youth Football Club.
"As a patron and the club management, from the on set when the team gained second-tier status, we have been consistently doing our best to ensure the team honors its matches and other logistics that come with its sustainability, but on numerous occasions we faced financial challenges," said Nyamita
"With financial constraints being a major concern, we had to seek other alternatives in order to ensure the sustainability of the club." On behalf of the club, I want to sincerely thank our partners, Bansi Wholesalers Limited, because since we secured partnership with them, I must say they have been of great help to the team. We have been able to conveniently run the club on the basic needs that have been a great challenge over the past few years. He added
"I am glad that we renewed our partnership for the current 2022–23 FKF NSL season. It will be a great experience once again having them on board for the second year in a row, but we have other areas of great concern that we need to address moving forward. In view of ensuring along-lasting solution for the team, I am urging more investors, be it in terms of partnership or sponsorship, to come on board and help us in achieving our desire for a long-lasting solution for the team. Concluded Nyamita.
Out of the opening two matches, Migori Youth has drawn one and won one, collecting four points.
SS Assad has, on the other hand, won one and lost one in their opening two matches, and they sit seventh on the standings with three points.
The team leaves for the Coast on Sunday morning and is expected to arrive later on Sunday evening ahead of the Monday kickoff.