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Migori Youth Football Club drop to NSL mid table after a draw at home

Migori Youth Football Club has dropped two more points after being held to a goalless draw by Luanda Villa Soccer Club at Migori Green stadium on Sunday.

The team is currently at position ten in the National Super league (NSL) table, the first time the team has dropped to mid table standing with 37 points.

In the last five home matches, Migori Youth FC had won two and drawn three, a worrying trend that may lead to drop of more points in the coming fixtures.

The team has been rusty in scoring goals with three home draws recording a nil score line with a goal difference of -2; but according to the Head Coach Sammy Okoth, the team will soon find its feet and return to form as the second round of games continues.

By Geoffrey Makokha

 

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