FKF reads the riot act as club licensing ghost returns

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The process will be conducted by an independent body that will be bound by a non-disclosure agreement

Kenyan Premier League clubs that will score below average during the 2018-2019 Club Licensing process will be relegated, warns Football Kenya Federation.

The 18 clubs currently taking part in the top tier have until June 30, 2018, to submit their documents for consideration with FKF affirming that clubs which will score less than 50% during the licensing process will be relegated to the lower division.

The league regulators added that those, who will score between 50% and 69%, will be issued with a provisional license with anything above that getting a full license.

A statement from KPL obtained by Goal confirmed, "Clubs which will score less than 50% during the licence process will be relegated to a lower division, while those who will score between 50% and 69%, will be issued a provisional licence."

The 18 clubs will be assessed on five criteria; Administration & Personnel, Club Infrastructure, Finance, Legal, and Sporting.

The Club Licensing process will be conducted by an independent body comprising of Edwin Wamukoya, Lilian Nzile, Paul Makumi, Paul Ochieng’, and Peter Karanja, who will be bound by a non-disclosure agreement.

 

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