Tribunal blasted for Muhoroni Youth reinstatement

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Former Muhoroni Youth player is bitter at the decision made by Sports tribunal to include the club in KPL

Former Muhoroni Youth forward Andrew Sekayombya feels the club should not be anywhere close to the Kenyan Premier League.

The Awasi-based side was reinstated to the top tier alongside Sofapaka after the Sports Disputes Tribunal ruled in their favour on Wednesday. On his official facebook account, Sekayombya is still bitter with the way club owner Moses Adagala treats his players.

"Honestly speaking this without being one sided Muhoroni Youth would not have been brought back to the league considering how Moses Adagala treats players; for Sofapaka you can understand, but Muhoroni Youth is not worth playing the league," read the post.

This comes a few days after the former Sony Sugar man revealed he has been denied his release letter by Muhoroni Youth.

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