By Fred Maingi
Financial constraints facing Nairobi City Stars (NCS) could be a thing of the past next season if current talks with several sponsors are anything to go by.
Club Chairman Peter Jabuya disclosed that his club is currently engaged with high level talks with not less than three sponsors who have shown interest in taking charge of the team come next season.
Speaking on Tuesday evening at the Nairobi Charter Hall during a poorly attended Gor Mahia fund raising in aid of purchasing a car for the club coach, Jabuya said he was confident the current financial hiccups facing the club will be a thing of the past.
‘I believe we are going to survive relegation.It’s my wish the team remains so that we can enjoy our future fruits with a sponsor come next season.We are at an advanced stage with two or three partners whom I will not reveal at the moment.I can just say, so far so good “ said Jabuya.
The former Gor Mahia secretary said his team is capable of winning their two remaining league matches against Rangers and defending Champions Tusker FC..He said his players were motivated by their current performance that saw the team hold their hosts Karuturi Sports last weekend at the Oserian grounds.
City Stars sitting in 13th spot in the League table with 28 points will face off with another struggling candidate Rangers FC on Saturday at the Nairobi City Stadium.