Kenyan premier League clubs have reiterated their stand to play in the Tusker sponsored league after the governing council that comprises 16 met on Tuesday.
At the meeting the club chairmen signed commitement letters to reassure participation in the league before the funds were released to them .
“All the clubs have made reassurance that they will participate in the league this they also did by signing documents to show commitement thus it’s paramount that the league proceeds on the 21st as planned ”
“We want to focus on the league and not sideshows that us why we will concentrate on the positives as all the clubs are rearing to play”A close source at the meeting who sort anonymity confirmed to soka25east.com
Meanwhile Muhoroni Youth chairman Moses Adagala got a rough time in the meeting as the chairmen demanded explanations from him after he was accused of undermining Kpl by supporting Football Kenya Federation’s recommendation to take over the running of Kpl.