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New Caf Measures Will Give Kenyan Football Giants Long-term Headache

Caf has ordered teams that are set to take part in it's club competitions to sort out any outstanding dues owned to current and or former players and coaches, failure to which they'll be locked out of the champions league and the confederations cup.Evidently the news will not be received with open arms back at home, starting with the Kenya Premier League title holders Gormahia. A regular attendee in the champions league it needs no much saying but it shall for sure directly affect if they'll manage to clinch the tilte this season.

Barious former players, tacticians and also in the current squad there are players who are demanding their long term unpaid dues. The latest cry being from one loyal Charles Momanyi a centerback who is requesting to be released from the team.

This season Afc leopards have shown that they can really challenge for the title, they have already been able to secure a final slot in the Betway cup against their mashemeji rivals Gormahia.

Supposedly leopards walk away with the league title, they'll be no exceptions as they'll suffer the same fate as Gormahia. From The history books a significant number of players and tacticians are yet to be paid their dues if their cries are anything to go by.

So has Caf overstepped it's mandate or due you support this initiative from the African football body which appears to streamline matters in these football clubs.


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