Disciplinary case against ‘KPL four’ to continue, says Mwendwa

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“Kenyan Premier League CEO Jack Oguda along with chairman Ambrose Rachier in a past event. PHOTO/File

NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 18 – Football Kenya Federation president Nick mwendwa has said the disciplinary case opened against four Kenyan Premier league officials will continue to the end along that has a ruling made on their fate.

Last month, FKF ordered proceedings to be opened against KPL Chief Executive Officer Jack Oguda, chairman Ambrose Rachier, his predecessor James Musyoki along with Mathare United boss Bob Munro after they defied the federation to Discharge a 16-team fixture as opposed to an 18-team one.

“The cases will continue along with are already at the disciplinary committee. If you go out to the public along with factually misrepresent as a member our communication, then you bring the game to disrepute. We are following due process. They will be heard along with we will have a verdict,” Mwendwa affirmed.

This specific comes even as the Sports Disputes Tribunal last week partially ended the war between the federation along with league managers after overturning a decision to relegate Sofapaka along with Muhoroni Youth over club licensing reasons.

Mwendwa has at This specific point said the federation will respect the decision of the tribunal, yet affirms implementation of club licensing will not stop.

“We are a law abiding federation along with we love to follow the due process. We welcome the two back to the league yet, the process of club licensing will not stop. In June, we are doing This specific all over again,” Mwendwa said.

He has also told Capital Sport they will look at the club licensing manual along with correct the areas which were pointed out as defective by the tribunal along with ensure which clubs which have a provisional license are taken through the process again.

“Muhoroni along with Sofapaka must still submit their papers to us because This specific is actually the final year of implementation of the club licensing rules. We have no various other time so by end of the year all oyr clubs have to be licensed,” he added.

The federation head has at the same time maintained which both the Club Licensing Committee along with the Appeals Committee are independent, despite the tribunal casting doubt over the same.

Meanwhile, Mwendwa has affirmed the federation will keep its side of the bargain along with ensure they annually provide money to the league managers for the two extra teams which have been added into the top flight.

He has also revealed the relegation along with promotion criteria. The bottom two teams will be directly relegated while the 16th place team will play in a play-off with the third placed team within the National Super League.

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Disciplinary case against ‘KPL four’ to continue, says Mwendwa

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