• We sat with the management and decided that we will not travel to Kisumu for the match-Sakwa.
• Interestingly, the coach has dropped more than half of the squad in a bid to trim the bloated squad according to Sakwa.
Kayole Starlets have given their Women's Premier League match against Kisumu All-Starlets on May 18 a wide berth, according to chairman Joshua Sakwa.
The tail-enders Kayole have already been relegated and have nothing to lose with matches against Thika Queens and Ulinzi Starlets still to come.
"We sat with the management and decided that we will not travel to Kisumu for the match. We are already planning for next season as we prepare for life in the Division One league," Sakwa said.
"We spent sh 120,000 to go to Trans Nzoia Falcons and we are not getting value for our money. When we signed a contract with our sponsors, we agreed that the remaining matches will be friendlies. We feel there's no need to waste resources," the club founder observed.
Interestingly, the coach has dropped more than half of the squad in a bid to trim the bloated squad according to Sakwa.
Kayole was deducted points by the FKF after failing to honor their matches and have remained rooted at the bottom of the 12-team league since match-day one.
"We are going to sign 17 new players. The coach has said he will retain 13 players from the current squad. We want to mold a team that will be competitive so that we can achieve the target of immediately returning to the top tier," Sakwa said.
Sakwa said the team will conduct week-long trials starting May 31.
"We are inviting players from across the country to try their luck. Accommodation will be free and the exercise will be at Calvary Grounds, Kommerock".