Sony Sugar FC’s complaint over the way they were treated in their round 17 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) clash against Muhoroni Youth has been forwarded to the Football Kenya Federation (FKF).
KPL CEO Jack Oguda has confirmed that since the complaint was majorly based on officiating issues, the matter has been forwarded to the federation, who are in charge of referees and the KPL awaits a word from the FKF.
In Sony Sugar’s complaint, the club noted that they were barred from entering the match venue for over 30 minutes, denying the players the chance to warm up well for the match while intimidation of match officials also meant the refereeing was below set standards.
“The complaint was to do with the officiating in the match and so we thought it necessary to forward the matter to the federation because they are the ones to deal with referees’ issues. We are thus waiting for their word,” Oguda said.
The match ended 2 – 2 with Sony Sugar twice coming from behind.