Homeboyz: Why Adagala is bad for football

Kenyan Premier League side Kakamega Homeboyz has suggested that Muhoroni Youth chairman Moses Adagala should have a stun action taken against him possibly be banned from football accusing him of fanning violence constantly including the weekend incident that disrupted their match at Mumias Complex on 26 March 2017.

According to Secretary General Gilbert Alushula, repeated action shows that the chairman doesn't obey the law and doesn't care about the consequences. Violence erupted after Homeboyz were awarded a penalty in the 87th minute which was converted by former Muhoroni player, Wycliffe Ochomo.

-Adagala should be banned from handling football matters entirely. He is a man who believes that he should win every match, Alushula told Futaa. 

The trigger

Ochomo converting the spot kick and proceeded to celebrate in front of Adagala and Muho fans, action an that Alushula admits might have irked him but castigates the chairman for taking the violent route and calling on their fans to invade the pitch.

-Adagala does not respect  the referees as he should have addressed the issue with them or the match commissioner. If he feels that we did not provide enough security he should have pinpointed that before kick off not on the 87th minute and especially after Ochomo's penalty, he added. 

Alushula  further highlights a penalty that was not awarded to his side in the first half as another moment where infringement might have occurred but says they kept calm. The match between the two sides ended prematurely with Homeboyz ahead with a  solitary goal. Adagala when contacted blamed the Kakamega Homeboyz side for not having enough security at the stadium but the side has disputed this theory terming it as an excuse. 

Read: Adagala faults security managers for violence, match abandonment

Kakamega Homeboyz has suggested that the second leg should not be played at Muhoroni Youth stadium fearing that the players and staff will not be safe in the hands of Adagala and his team who are expected to attempt to settle scores.