Muhoroni Youth Chairman Moses Adagala is confident that his team will feature in the Kenyan Premier League in 2017 as he awaits the decision of the Sports Disputes Tribunal on Wednesday 15 March.
SDT will determine the fate of Muho and Sofapaka after the two clubs moved to court to challenge FKF's decision to relegate them for failing to comply with club licensing regulations.
Ahead of Wednesday's ruling, Adagala has exuded confidence that his club will retain its top flight status while rubishing FKF's decision to relegate the club.
-I want to assure our fans that Muhoroni Youth Football Club will play in the Kenyan Premier League in 2017 and beyond. This Club Licensing regulation is being used to play politics and I know the court will realise that all this is malice and witchhunt I have invested a lot of money in this team and someone can't wake up one day and decide to use this club to settle scores with his enemies, come Wednesday we will be back in KPL, Adagala told Futaa.com.
Muho endured a difficult 2016 a season that saw several players quit the club over what they terrmed