By Muambo Edward
Football Writer, kick442.com – Cameroon
Wazito FC’s President Richardo Badoer, has revealed that he is working on the creation of an East African league, made up of teams from Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda.
Badoer has explained how he intends to start up a regional league similar to the MLS in the USA.
He hopes that this will increase competition amongst regional clubs and players.
“People that know me, understand that I never…. Sleep.” He tweeted on Monday.
“We have now put the first step towards an East Africa League by registering the company. League log is being registered and we’ll share as soon as possible. I Will reveal more information in coming weeks.”
The Swede, outlines that, the East African League will be made up of 10 football teams in both male and female categories and 10 Basketball ball teams only for the men’s category.
He has expressed his disgruntlement over how the Kenyan Premier League is managed, and thinks if the East African League is created, it will help players from the region to better exhibit their talents and potentials.
Richardo Badoer is the owner of Wazito FC, a Kenya Premier League outfit which he took over in 2018. He took over the club from Solomon Alubala, the founder in 2011.
He is also the owner of CD Ursaria, a Spanish fifth tier side.
He is the CEO of Madgoat TV. The investment banker is a major shareholder with Sunac Microfinance in Kenya and Hakika Microfinance in Tanzania.
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