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Muhoroni Youth players protest alleged physical assault by club chairman
Players of Kenyan Premier League side, Muhoroni Youth have protested to the league administrators over their alleged mistreatment by the club’s chairman.
Muhoroni Youth players camped at the offices of Kenyan Premier League. They were claiming that the club chairman, Mr. Moses Adagala, had orchestrated physical assault against them.
The players claimed that their club boss had bodyguards attack them after they inquired about their unpaid wages. This happened on the night of Wednesday, 31st August, 2016.
One of Muhoroni’s players told the media, the following morning, that the players had set their minds on leaving the team at the end of the season.
“We are currently in the process of asking the KPL office to give us our release letters. Our condition is that, we are not interested in playing for Muhoroni Youth again unless we are paid our salaries until December and the home matches moved to Nairobi.”
In response, the club chairman has denied the allegations. The club’s head coach did not give comments over the issue.
Muhoroni Youth lies ninth on the 16-team Kenyan Premier League table. They have won one of their last five matches.