courtesy of futaa.com
Gor Mahia will have to meet tough conditions before their scheduled derby against arch rivals AFC Leopards on Sunday 25 August 2013 at the MISC Kasarani.
A joint KPL/FKF meeting resolved to have the club deposit an indemnity fee of Kshs 1,000,000 with the Sports Stadia Management Board to cater for any damages that may arise from the match.
Failure to pay this amount will see the match played in an empty stadium. Future violence from AFC and Gor Mahia matches will also see the same measures applied for both home and away matches.
K’ogalo has also been asked to provide a candid security plan acceptable to the KPL, FKF and the SSMB within seven days.
The club is also required to identify, isolate and profile the hooligans who are believed to be known to the club officials fo possible disciplinary and prosecution.
Cuts both ways
Both teams will also [in case of violence] be required to compensate the opponents for the loss in revenue in gate collections.
Kasarani will also henceforth be given the first priority to host AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia matches with Nyayo National Stadium playing second fiddle.