Kenyan football giants slapped with a 2-year ban

Decision will see the football giants skip key regional tournaments for 2 years

The ban was part of disciplinary action after the club’s players refused to collect bronze medals after finishing third in this year’s CECAFA Kagame cup.

Gor Mahia subjected the tournament organizers to a long wait for over five minutes as Tanzania’s Minister for Sports and Speaker of the National Assembly waited to hand over the medals to no avail.

The team however pocketed Ksh I million for their podium finish after thrashing Jeshi la Kujenga Uchumi (JKU) 2-0.

The decision was announced by CECAFA Secretary General Nicholas Musonye.

It is not clear why the team pulled the stunt but reports indicate that the players were protesting delays in their

The team lost at the semi-finals to Tanzanian club Azam that eventually won the tournament

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