Sofapaka demand walkover, protest move to play Ulinzi

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2022 23:17 | By
Sebestine Ikekhai of Sofapaka celebrates a goal with team-mates Promise Chinonso and Elly Asieche during a past league match. Photo/PD/DAVID NDOLO

A case between Sofapaka and Ulinzi Stars Football Clubs over failed Premier League match dispute is showing no signs of resting after the former wrote back to the Football Kenya Federation-Caretaker Committee Head of Secretariat Linda Ogutu urging that the rematch date set for this Saturday to be pushed forward.

Ulinzi Stars who were to be the hosts of the match on January 8 had failed to provide a fully furnished ambulance eliciting the cancellation of the match despite both teams arriving in time at the Nakuru ASK Grounds.

As such the Caretaker Committee set renewed fixture date on March 18 for play. Batoto Ba Mungu has now come out to protest the alleged position of ‘dispute resolution’ saying it was not correct and therefore they would ignore any media reports until they were furnished with the verdict.

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