Kenyan Premier League side Kariobangi Sharks have denied reports that they had parted ways with head coach William Muluya.
On Monday, a letter circulated across social media indicating that the club had asked Muluya to relinquish all the club’s properties at his disposal but Sharks through CEO Linda Ambiyo has come out to refute the claims.
“I didn’t write any letter on the same and if I was it would have been addressed in a proper language. We don’t know the origin of the letter and it should be treated as another joke,” Ambiyo told Futaa.
Her sentiments were echoed by the club chairman Mr Robert Maoga who in a comment in the letter described the piece as ‘Nonsense”.
Sharks have not had the best of seasons before the cancellation of the league by the Football Kenya Federation with the team having been placed 12th after picking 32 points.
It is not clear whether the league will resume or not with the dispute still with the Sports Tribunal. FKF already announced Gor Mahia as the league champions with Nairobi City Stars gaining promotion to the top flight.