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Kenya Stadiums Banned

Kenya will have to host international games outside the country following a ban on Kasarani and Nyayo.

Nyayo had been granted temporary approval to stage two games that expires after Kenya

hosts Rwanda in our last home match of the qualifiers in November.

Some of the areas Kasarani fell short include a poor pitch, inadequate floodlights for night games,

substandard referees dressing room and lack of a fully equipped dedicated room for first aid.

The ban further implies that Tusker FC and Gor Mahia will have to host their Confederation Cup home fixtures away from home in November.

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