Sports Kenya locks Gor Mahia out of its facilities

Sports Kenya locks Gor Mahia out of its facilities
Gor Mahia in past action

The Sports Stadia Management wrote to us and wants us to sort out the damages then  report those who caused the fracas as a condition before we are allowed to use Kasarani.

Sports Kenya have locked record Kenyan champions Gor Mahia out of their facilities at Kasarani and Nyayo National Stadium following recent crowd trouble during their FKF Premier League fixture against Vihiga Bullets.

Gor Mahia Secretary, Sam Ochola, confirmed the decision in an interview with Daily Nation, saying, “The Sports Stadia Management wrote to us and wants us to sort out the damages then  report those who caused the fracas as a condition before we are allowed to use Kasarani. They also stated that they must see to it that we are serious in ending the acts of hooliganism before we use their facilities again.”

The outcome of that fixture, which was called off at the interval with Gor holding a 1-0 lead is yet to be resolved by the FKF Caretaker Committee.

Gor Mahia are currently placed sixth on the table with 31 points, having won 8, drawn 7 and lost 3 of their fixtures to date. They are scheduled to host Ulinzi Stars as the league continues this weekend.