07 Feb, 14:45
Kenya Premier League and Football Kenya Federation must be getting accustomed to the sharp criticism being directed towards them as the factions continue to clash over the composition of the 2017 league.
With the debate likely to hit new heights when the latter convenes a meeting later today to issue their position on KPL's released 16 teams league format, its only fair to say that opinions will remain divided.
Muhoroni Youth chairman Moses Adagala, whose team, has endured a week of uncertainty recently following FKF's decision to relegate them, couldn't help but share his thought on the matter as he threw a veiled swipe to the federation with a picture of the team's home ground being tended to in readiness for weekend KPL ties.
On the Pitch
-Stadium Manager preparing the pitch for the first match. Football is not played on the table but in the pitch, his post read.
The post coming just after the club along with Sofapaka who had been demoted from the KPL league defying the order and asserting they were rightly in the top league.