Muhoroni to face baptism of fire as NSL releases fixtures

As National Super League kick starts on February 10 and 11, new faces of Kangemi Allstars  and Green Commandoes will start their debut campaigns against Bidco United and Coast Stima respectively.

The Commandoes will be at home at the newly renovated Bukhungu Stadium, and will look to extend the high flying campaign in the FKF Division One. The Kangemi based outfit will be at home too, Hope Centre Kawangware,  as they seek to start the league on a proper foot.

Muhoroni Youth and Western Stima, who were unable to defend their Kenya Premier League status will  be at Camp Toyoyo and Moi Stadium on February 11 respectively entertaining KCB and Modern Coast Rangers in that order.

There will be  a double header at Toyoyo then as City stars will be up against Nairobi Stima. Bukhungu too will be a very busy venue given that three KPL side AFC Leopards, Vihiga United and Kakamega Homeboyz are set to play a number of home games there.

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