Division 2 football: Migori Youth Talent Academy dares to to dream big

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Migori Youth Talent Academy form Migori County are on the brink of something special as the National Division 2 football tournament nears second leg. With just two matches left, MYTA, as they’re fondly known, sit second in the 16-team table six points behind leaders AP Bomet.

Migori Youth continued their winning streak last Sunday thumping 9th placed Bigot FC in Naivasha.

In the match, held at Magereza Academy grounds in Naivasha Prison, Migori Youth showcased their talents in an easy win and ultimately dared to dream of a place in Division 1 football where MYTA emerged winners with 5 goals to 1.

Migori Youth talent Academy players going through their paces in preparation for a match. PHOTO| COURTESY

Migori Youth pride themselves in exceptional talents in Omonge Mandela, Jairus Omondi, Edward Evans and Felix Aloo among other players, all of whom were on the score sheet on Sunday. And the club owner Abdi Aziz was thrilled with his players’ mentality and determination.

“It is good when any team performs well it encourages every one but what makes more happier I see potential future stars in our team very talented hard working and soon they will make premier league teams,” he told Sportika.

Adding that, “My dream is at least to have a team from Migori county in the Kenyan Premier League a community team.”

Mr Abdi Aziz also thanked Migori Youth patron and member of parliament for Uriri Constituency Mark Nyamita who he said has been of tremendous help to the club.

“And lastly I want to thank Hon Mark Nyamita who supported us a lot financially and he  happens to be our patron so we dedicate the success of the team to him,” he said.

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