Kinoru Stadium in Meru County was inspected recently to pave way for Rangers FC to relocate their home matches in the field after a long consultation for about two months.
A team of top KPL officials hosted by the mayor’s office carried a thorough inspection at the stadium for eligibility to host national football matches.
The officials led by Security and Safety measures Chairman Laban Njobita expressed their concern over the promotion of football in Meru County quoting the course that Western Stima FC took before it got slot in the Kenya Premier League.
“For football to excel in Meru it will be upon you to improve the ground to the standards and measures that will attract teams,” noted the Football Kenya Federation Upper Eastern Chairman Nabea Muriithi.
He pointed out that Rangers FC have plans to make Kinoru stadium their home ground, with their first match expected mid next month.
Also present was City and Nyayo Stadium managers John Baraza and Lydia Ndinda respectively.
Several footballs fans expressed their views positively saying it was their high time for residents of Meru region to exploit their wanton talents in football once the stadium goes into full swing.
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