Following the removal of Nakumatt and Zoo Kericho from the league, Gor Mahia’s points total are set to be deducted from 54 point to 45 points. This is because they had beaten Nakumatt twice and Zoo Kericho once. The changes would leave Kakamega Homeboyz in second place with 40 points while Ulinzi and Sofapaka would be 3rd and 4th with 37 and 36 points repectively.
Whearas Kogalo fans will be unhappy at this occurrence, KPL CEO Jack Oguda could barely contain his delight as he announced that KPL would fully comply with the high court decision.
Despite the announcement, assistant coach Otieno “Zico” still thinks it is unlikely that Kogalo would lose their lead.
“The talk should be about next season. This (2017 league title) one is gone; it is unimaginable letting any club overtake us at this stage,” Zico charged, adding that, “you can see the determination of our players. The main challengers are also accepting it.” he said to Capital FM