KPL disputes league expansion

By KBC SportsDesk

Kenyan Premier League, KPL, has gone to the Sports Dispute Tribunal  as they seek a stop to the agenda of expanding the top tier league from 16 to 18 teams during Football Kenya Federation, FKF, Annual General Meeting set for this Saturday at the Kenya School of monetary studies in Nairobi.

The matter is set for hearing this afternoon. Football Kenya Federation  chairman Nick Mwendwa confirmed the reports but still remained hopeful that the agenda will still be up for discussion tomorrow.

Kenya Premier League and the former Football Kenya Federation office under the then chairman Sam Nyamweya were locked in a tussle over the expansion of the top tier from 16 to 18 teams, with both sides rushing to courts.

In the Memorandum of understanding signed between KPL and FKF in  September this year, the matter of expanding the league was left open to be discussed at a later date with both sides expected to deliberate the same conclusively.


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