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KPL Tidbits: Unruly Gor Mahia fans cause chaos as KCB beats another giant

08:35 GMT 28/01/2019
Gor Mahia fans v KCB.j
Ugly scenes were once again witnessed in the Kenyan Premier League when unruly fans forced the K'Ogalo and KCB match to be stopped

  • Ulinzi Stars coach Dunstan Nyaudo in FKF Shield Cup.

    Ulinzi Stars’ poor run continues

    Coach Dunstan Nyaudo must be a man under siege as Ulinzi Stars' poor run at home stretched to four games. Afraha Stadium has been a bad battlefield for the Soldiers, who have been firing blanks at home, a win becoming nothing but a mirage after Kakamega Homeboyz condemned Nyaudo's men to a fourth draw at home. The only win at Afraha for Ulinzi Stars this season came way back on September 30 against AFC Leopards.

  • Nakumatt coach Mellis Medo.

    Melis Medo waiting for maiden win

    If there is one coach, who is feeling the heat, then the American Melis Medo comes to mind. Medo broke links with Sofapaka after just six games out of which he won only one. But three games into his new role at Mount Kenya United, Medo is yet to pick a single victory. Medo was handed his third straight defeat with his new side after a broke Mount Kenya United went down 2-1 to Nzoia Sugar, the team’s tenth defeat of the season.

  • KCB team bus attacked by Gor Mahia fans.j

    Hooliganism rears ugly head again

    The Kenyan Premier League will be on the spot once again as the country waits to see what action the league runners will take against Gor Mahia after a section of the club fans went on a rampage, destroying properties of unknown value in a chaotic defeat to KCB. K’Ogalo fans could not take the 1-0 defeat and when the assistant referee gave the bankers a throw-in  in the 88th minute, they resorted for violent forcing the match officials to scamper for safety. They also destroyed KCB team bus before vandalizing the ambulance.

  • KCB playrers Ezekiel Odera celebrate v Gor Mahia.

    KCB slays another giant

    The league newbies have picked just two wins in ten games, but surprisingly the victories came against the unexpected opponents - two of Kenya’s biggest clubs - AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia. The Frank Ouna led charges floored champions K’Ogalo by a solitary goal on Sunday, just a few weeks after they beat Ingwe by a similar margin at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru. The bankers have also picked points from undefeated Western Stima, former champions Ulinzi Stars and Shield Cup winners Kariobangi Sharks.

  • Mathare United (Cover photo).

    Unbeaten Mathare United stretch lead

    Last season Mathare United took an early lead but surrendered it in the second leg. With defending champions Gor Mahia a distant ninth, AFC Leopards struggling and Bandari five points adrift, Mathare United is a real threat to the throne. The 'Slum Boys' opened a five-point gap at the top and seven clear off the defending champions. Of great interest is the fact that Mathare United are yet to lose a game while Gor Mahia, though have a game in hand, have lost three times - to Bandari, Kariobangi Sharks and KCB.