Imonje promises competitive squad
Kenyan Premier League side Muhoroni Youth FC has promised its opponents a tough battle when the 2013 season starts in a few weeks.
The team has vowed to give its opponents sleepless nights both at home and away matches when the league kicks off in February.
Head coach Alfred Imonje has also promised to arm himself with a strong squad that will shock teams in the first tier, despite their low rankings in the 2012 season.
“We are going to be a force to reckon with in the league next season so I am promising that the team will give a good fight in its matches,” he assured.
“I am going to sign talented players in the current transfer window and I have no doubt in finding them since this place is full of such (talent) so that I can prepare adequately for the season ahead.”
The club which is currently in its second season and their first tier target is to improve on their attacking and defence in a bid to increase competitiveness.
Muhoroni has also promised to name their entire squad by the end of the week to replace the players who have moved to other teams or those that will be dropped.
The side held a series of friendlies last week in a bid to get young talent that will be incorporated in the team next season. Muhoroni managed a 14th place finish on the standings and escaped the axe with Oserian and Rangers both dropping to the second tier.