Kenyan Premier League side Kariobangi Sharks through their CEO Mrs Linda Ambiyo has refuted claims that the club is under some unrest from a section of senior players.
Reports had emerged on Monday that a section of the players was on their way out of the club due to what they termed as mistreatment from the club hierarchy but Ambiyo has moved to quash the claims.
“So far no one has lodged any complaint with us and so we will treat the stories as rumours. We only see some of these things in the media just like you people,” Ambiyo stated.
The reports from one of the dailies claimed that midfielder Sven Yidah was on his way to Yanga with winger Harrison Mwendwa having expressed his displeasure of not training with the first team but Ambiyo moved to explain the duo’s situation.
“Yidah has not been playing in recent games because the people in his position have been exemplary for the club. Does that not mean we don’t want him and I hope he gets back to the starting team soon but that can only happen with better performances I guess.
“For Harry (Mwendwa), he had gone against some club rules and as punishment, he had been advised to train with the junior team. It’s a practice everywhere with professional run clubs and I see no wrong with it. He has realized his mistakes and we hope to have him back when the league resumes,” Ambiyo added.
Sharks have not had the best of seasons with the team having been in position 12 with 20 points after 22 games before the league was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic.