Sony Sugar now want their case against Tusker for illegal player tapping terminated by Kenyan Premier League.
Sony Sugar had filed a case with KPL Disciplinary and Appeals Committee, accusing Tusker of making an illegal approach on four of their players contrary to KPL Policy Articles Section 5 and Articles 18 Section 3. As a result, Tusker was summoned last week by KPL but it seems that the case will not go into a full hearing after both parties agreed to settle the matter.
“Sony Sugar FC chairman Paul Orato informed IDCC that the two clubs have reached an agreement and that they are not willing to continue with the case,” read a statement from KPL.
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Sony Sugar is set to take on Mathare United on Saturday while Tusker will play Western Stima on Sunday in the Kenyan Premier League.