Friday, October 31, 2014

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AFC Leopards can actually hand Kenyan Premier League trophy to Gor Mahia by beating Sofapaka in Saturday’s match at Mumias Complex

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A source within the club reveals to Goal that the Dutchman left Ingwe hideout last Sunday and is yet to report back a day before they play Sofapaka FC

Thursday, October 30, 2014

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Ingwe players have refused to train at their Mumias hideout after chairman Kasavuli failed to clear outstanding allowances as pledged on Tuesday

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As exclusively revealed by Goal on Wednesday the league body have now officially protested at what they term as disrespect for rule of law by FKF

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

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Also affected is Muhoroni Youth v Gor Mahia fixture which has been shifted from Kisumu Stadium to Moi Kasarani and will be played on Sunday

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Football Kenya Federation reveal to Goal they have lined up another build-up duel for Bobby Williamson's side on November 14 against the Asians

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Goal understands the league body are plotting to break away from FKF for alleged 'persistent interference' by the latter on managing league affairs

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Premier body rules out moving Ingwe v Batoto ba Mungu league match from Mumias to neutral venue as ordered by Football Kenya Federation

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

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The brewers’ reveal to Goal they have no intentions to challenge decision by FKF to award Muhoroni Youth points from their abandoned league fixture