The Football Kenya Federation Premier League is set for another blank weekend after clubs taking part in the league for the second week declared they will not be honoring matches.
The clubs pulled the stunt this past weekend after the declaration on Thursday 22 October and in a media brief on Wednesday 28 October the club through their Governing Council sought to give an update on the boycott.
They said attempts to get the federation act on their grievances had fallen on a deaf ear and after meeting for a better part of the morning they came out to declare the boycott is still on.
“We had a very fruitful meeting today as a follow up to the Thursday meeting and we had written to the federation inviting them to the meeting but they did not bother to show up or respond to our concerns and in view of that we have decided to continue with our boycott until they heed to our demands.
“We are ready to pay the price; there comes a time in life when you got to say enough is enough and we feel this is the time,” Ken Ochieng, the FKF PL Vice Chair said.