Nairobi County have written to K’Ogalo asking they get alternative training and venue for home matches as they want to refurbish the oldest facility
Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia have been asked to look for an alternative training ground by the management of City Stadium.
The Nairobi County government plans to bring down the country's oldest Stadium and build a new facility at the same venue.
According to Gor Mahia Secretary General Chris Omondi, who exclusively spoke to Goal, K'Ogalo have since embarked on getting an alternative training and home ground.
"We have been informed by the county government to begin looking for another training ground because they want to bring down City Stadium and build a new facility.
"We have no problem at all with this arrangement and believe there are numerous training grounds around the city which we can use.”
This will also affect the team's home ground which has always been City Stadium and they could be forced to look for a new home. Alternatively they also play their home matches at Kasarani and Nyayo Stadium.