Four first team Sportpesa League players suspended

Four first-team players of the Sportpesa Premier League have been suspended and will miss the last round of the 2017 games this weekend.

AFC Leopards’ Victor Majid, Chemelil Sugar’s Benjamin Oketch and Vila Oramchan of Western Stima have been suspended for accumulating five yellow cards while Wycliffe Ochomo of Kakamega Homeboyz is serving a ban after being given a red card in the previous encounter.

Majid will not play for the AFC Leopards against Muhoroni Youth FC at the Mumias Complex, Oketch Benjamin will miss Chemelil Sugar’s game against Western Stima in Chemelil, the same match that Vila Oramchan will miss while Wycliffe Ochomo will not play for Kakamega Homeboyz against Nzoia Sugar in Bungoma.

Other matches of the last round of the season will see league champions Gor Mahia play Sony Sugar, Nakumatt will face Kariobangi Sharks, Posta Rangers host Mathare United, Zoo Kericho visit Sofapaka, Thika United host Bandari while Ulinzi and Tusker will meet at Afraha stadium in Nakuru.

Elsewhere, Sergio Aguero has been discharged from hospital after fainting in the dressing room at half-time in Argentina’s 4-2 defeat by Nigeria in Krasnodar, Russia Tuesday night.

The Manchester City striker had scored to put his side 2-0 up in the first half, but Arsenal’s Alex Iwobi found the net twice as Nigeria came back to the game.

The Argentina Football Association said the 29-year-old had been taken to hospital to carry out routine checks as a precaution.

Aguero, who became City’s all-time leading goal scorer earlier this month, had recently returned to action after he suffered a rib injury in a car crash in Amsterdam in September.

  

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