In Summary
  • This season’s Kenyan Premier League (KPL) is slowly drawing to a close and the fight at the bottom is turning out some scores that are rising our eyebrows.
  • We have lately witnessed very high scoring matches that leave some of us – who are naturally pessimistic and doubting Thomases – with the feeling that something fishy is going on.
  • Forgive us for doubting but we are of the humble opinion that they are questionable and the authorities concerned should use their olfactory organs and confirm to us whether it is mud fish or something else that assails our noses.

This season’s Kenyan Premier League (KPL) is slowly drawing to a close and the fight at the bottom is turning out some scores that are rising our eyebrows.

We have lately witnessed very high scoring matches that leave some of us – who are naturally pessimistic and doubting Thomases – with the feeling that something fishy is going on.

Forgive us for doubting but we are of the humble opinion that they are questionable and the authorities concerned should use their olfactory organs and confirm to us whether it is mud fish or something else that assails our noses.

That is just a by the way. Our main concern this week is with the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Annual General Meeting (AGM) set to be held in Mombasa on November 18 this year.

The AGM was set to partly discuss the newly proposed FKF constitution. Among the proposed amendments in the new constitution is the extension of the terms of the president and National Executive Committee members for a further one term from the current maximum two terms of four years each.

There were many other contentious issues that some of us who would love a better football body in the country thought would be included.

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