KPL now instigates sanctions against AFC Leopards for crowd trouble

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The match at Bukhungu Stadium a fortnight ago, was halted for over one hour after Ingwe fans protested a disallowed goal

AFC Leopards has been charged for crowd trouble witnessed during their league match against Kakamega Homeboyz.

The match played at Bukhungu Stadium a fortnight ago, was halted for over one hour after Ingwe fans protested a disallowed goal from Whyvonne Isuza.

It took police intervention for the match to resume as AFC Leopards went on to lose 3-0 courtesy of a brace from Allan Wanga and another goal from Ali Bhai.

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Ingwe are now are staring at sanctions after KPL's Independent Disciplinary and Complaints Committee (IDCC) instigated charges against them for crowd trouble.

"We have been summoned by IDCC. It's about hooliganism during our match against Kakamega Homeboyz at Bukhungu," Leopards organizing secretary Timothy Lilumbi revealed to Goal on Sunday.

Should they be found guilty, Leopards could walk away with a warning, a fine, fans' ban from the stadium or even points deduction.

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