West Nile side Paidha Black Angels have began work to upgrade their Bar Okoro home grounds to a standard stadium, viagra order http://cizgisactasarim.com/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-imagick.php the club’s relations officer Mr. Badru Toko Bintok reveals to ChimpSport.
The club based in Zombo district, http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortcodes.php bordering DR Congo, finished fourth in the recently concluded Fufa big league, missing a chance to qualify for the playoffs due to their goal inferiority despite finishing level on points with Ndejje University.
One of the main concerns about the promotion campaign was the poor state of their home ground which barely has grass and a weak perimeter/outer fence, pavilion and a dressing room.
However this could be sorted with the current developments going into the three or so months of recess before the new campaign kicks off.
“We started works on upgrading our stadium,” Toko told chimp sport. He added,” The whole ground has been dug and we expect to start planting grass on Thursday. Thereafter we shall extend the developments to the perimeter fence and gradually to the other areas.”
Bar Okoro is among if not the best attended stadium with an average 6,000 fans per match hosted by Paidha Black Angels. The construction and renovation works are funded by the fans who are the main source of finance, the Paidha town council and other individual contributions.
According to the club, close to 50 million shillings will be spent in the initial stages of the project.
Greenlight stadium upgrade.
In a related script, newly promoted premier league outfit Onduparaka FC have also initiated plans to put up a dressing room and a perimeter fence and other minimal requirements in order to conform with the minimal standards before the league management sets out for routine inspection ahead of next season.