Kakamega Homeboyz lead trainer Nicholas Muyoti has left the club with his associate Bernard Mwalala elevated to take over from him, group director Boniface Imbenzi has affirmed. Muyoti, a previous AFC Leopards and Nzoia Sugar strategist has as of now told his bosses and is probably going to go along with one of his admirers from Tanzania or locally.
FKF Premier League side Nairobi City Stars appointed Nicholas Ndubi Muyoti as their new head coach. Nairobi City Stars alias Simba Wa Nairobi took to their Facebook account to confirm the appointment of the former AFC Leopards captain as the side's head coach. Muyoti who played 17 matches for the national team between 2001 and 2004 joins City Stars on a three-year deal.
Kakamega Homeboys has been performing pretty well this season. Homeboys are currently at number two with 47 points having won 14 matches, 5 draws and 3 losses. The results that have been posted by Homeboys are good with great improvement from the Kakamega based side. Homeboys are still in the race for the Kenya Premier League title with only 4 points between them and Gor who are topping the group. One unspoken hero of the homeboy’s side is Nicholas Muyoti their head coach who has the technical ability an
Kenya Footballers Welfare Association (KEFWA) co-founder Nicholas Muyoti has lauded the efforts made by the organization amidst pressure that the players’ union body to hold elections with immediate effect as their term is overdue. This comes a day after former Kenyan International Boniface Ambani took to social media saying that he will unmask the organization’s illegal undertakings, including sidelining some officials who were voted in but are not being engaged in the activities. Speaking to opera new