Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side Nairobi City Stars has been put up for sale by the club management after being clouded in financial constraints in the past few seasons.
With no sponsors and few fans attending their matches, chairman Peter Jabuya has admitted it has been tough and he is ready to listen to offers from prospective buyers, which he says is for the good of the club.
Currently placed bottom of the league standings, City Stars is headed for yet another fight to stay afloat.
“It is true we have gone through lean times. I have single handedly run the club for the last seven years and what we want is the best for the club
“If we could get an interested party who has the interest of turning its fortunes, then we will undertake the procedures necessary to oversee of guard,” he told the club’s website.
Since 2011, the team has been fighting relegation and was indeed relegated in 2014 only to come back after a disagreement between the Football Kenya Federation and KPL meant no club went down and a new, parallel league – the FKF Premier League was formed.