Kenyan Premier League champions Tusker and league leaders Gor Mahia will be seeking revenge against each other when they clash today at Afraha Stadium in the most awaited fixture of the weekend.
South Africa-based pay television giant SuperSport’s decision to pull the plug on airing Kenyan and Nigerian premier leagues over ‘breach of contract’ within three weeks of each other this month is the steep price footballing bodies have had to pay for failing to meet their marketing obligations.
Zoo Kericho are slowly realising that it is a massive jump from the National Super League to topflight football after five winless matches in the Kenyan Premier League.
The Belgian is seeking to be paid close to 1 million after the Kenyan Premier League giants unlawfully terminated his contract in September 2016.
The Kenyan Premier League came out end of last week foaming at the mouth, pointing fingers at FKF for SuperSport’s termination of broadcast contract.
Ten-man Kenyan Premier League champions Tusker played to a 2-2 draw with a resurgent Sofapaka as AFC Leopards suffered their first loss of the season after falling 2-0 away to their bogey team Chemelil Sugar.
South Africa’s satellite channel SuperSport International has pulled the plug on the broadcasting contract with the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) due to breach of contract.
SuperSport has terminated its broadcasting contract with the Kenyan Premier League due to breach of license contract.
AFC Leopards went to the top of the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) after fighting to a barren draw against Ulinzi Stars at Machakos Stadium yesterday.
There were times when SuperSport TV strutted our streets with the temerity of a peacock. Everyone pledged allegiance to them. You had to. They owned television sports in Kenya.
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A tough one it will be for AFC Leopards as they face unpredictable Nzio Sugar in league tie
Muhoroni Youth are once again in trouble with the Sports Disputes Tribunal (SDT) for unlawful dismissal of players.
AFC Leopards ended the jinx of not winning their Kenyan Premier League opening fixtures as new comers, save for Nzoia Sugar, suffered their second consecutive losses in the topflight football.
Ghanaian import Gilbert Fiamenyo scored on his debut as AFC Leopards thrashed Nakumatt 3-0 in yesterday’s Kenyan Premier League at Thika County Stadium.
Tusker’s stuttering start to the season continued yesterday after the Kenyan Premier League champions slumped to 2-0 defeat to hosts Thika United.